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Amendment Powers: Definitions​ and Procedures (for UPSC CSE/IAS exam)
So sir could it be said that we are following 'due process of law' instead of 'procedure established by law' after Keshvanand Bharti case (1973) in relation to 'Basic Structure of the Constitution'? Sir, please give some instances where 'Due process of Law' are being followed.. Thanx
Bhavin Sangoi
3 years ago
Yes to some extent we started following due process of law after Golaknath case and Keshvananda Bharati case. However since this happened because of innovative interpretation of Constitution by court and not by written provision of Constitution, there are still many laws in India which clearly violate due process of law, like section 377 of IPC. In US due process of law is followed.
Vijay Singh
3 years ago
Thanx sir for info.............