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Introducing Fine 9 at 9
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Rahul Agrawal is back with a really interesting concept of fine 9 at 9. Want to know what is it?? Lets discuss.

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Rahul Agrawal
The Ultimate Doubt Destroyer on Unacademy. One of the Top Educator on the Unacademy platform. Famous for Doubt destroyer series.

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sir please do update this course as you did in Hindi language left the backlogs in English lectures
Rahul Agrawal
8 months ago
Will be Completed soon
sir where are the other lessons ...waiting ..
  1. Fine 9 At 9 Polity Concepts In A Doubt Destroyer Manner -By Rahul Agrawal R. AGRAWAL

  2. TOPICS TO BE DEALT 1. The present position of right to property 2. 'Procedure established by law' v/s 'due process of law 3. Contempt of court. 4. Judicial review v/s judicial activism and judicial overreach. 6. Most important 20 polity facts. 8. Types of majorities used in the parliament. 5. Anti defection law 7. Article 323 A and article 323 B-A Discussion. 9. Important features of morley minto and montague chelmsford reforms. R. AGRAWAL

  3. 1) Fine 9 at 9- at 9 PM Daily. 9 very important polity topics 2) Tune in to 9 P.M. Daily to learn something really important in a doubt destroyer manner. 3) The 9 topics are chosen keeping in mind the relevance and analysis of previous year questions Let's learn polity at 9 R. AGRAWAL

  4. 1) Proportional Representation and Single Transferable Vote Fully Explained 2) Veto Power of President of India Doubt Destroyer 3) Legislative Councils, Composition, and their Election Doubt Destroyer 4) Money Bill (UPSC favourite child) 5) Difference between Constitutional Bodies And Statutory Bodies and Quasi Judicial Bodies 6) Inter State Council, Zonal Council, and Making of Constitution 7) Simple, Special Majority, Who can vote in President of India's Election and its Impeachment 8) Value of Vote of an MLA and MP in Presidential Elections, Electoral Quota, and 2017 Scenario R. AGRAWAL

  5. 9) Who can Vote in the VICE President of India's Election and its Impeachment 10) Meaning of WRITS, What is Habeas Corpus And Mandamus 11) Certiorari, Prohibition and Quo Warranto Doubt Destroyer 12) 42nd Amendment Act (Mini Constitution) 13) How is the Speaker of the Lok sabha Removed (With a Trick) 14) Process of Removal of The Judge of Supreme Court and High Court. 15) Process of Removal of UPSC chairman and members (Doubt Destroyer) 16) Process of Removal of SPSC Chairman and Members, CAG, Attorney General of India, Advocate General R. AGRAWAL

  6. Present Position of Right to Property: PREVIOUSLY Right to Property was one of the 7 Fundamental Rights under Part II (Article 31) & Article 19(1)(f). Article 19(1)(f)- Guaranteed to every citizen the right to acquire, hold & dispose of property. Article 31- Guaranteed to every person, whether; citizen / non-citizen right against deprivation of property. R. AGRAWAL

  7. It empowered the state to acquire the property of a person only on 2 conditions It should be for Public Purpose. It should provide for payment of compensation to the owner But since the commencement of the constitution, there were many confrontations between Supreme Court and the Parliament. To nullify the Supreme Court Judgements, Parliament enacted many amendments & added many articles (31A, 31B, & 31C). To save laws from being challenged on the grounds of contravention of Fundamental Rights. R. AGRAWAL

  8. Property Big landlords Zamindars etc Now Right To Property protected their properties. But Government was committed to Land Reforms & started making laws. Land Ceiling Act etc. X You can't hold land above a certain limit. X Excess land will become Government Property. X Zamindars were angry. XSupreme Court was angry. (How the hell you impose limit on property) R. AGRAWAL

  9. The Act's were challenged in the court as it violated Fundamental Right to property of some sections of people. And definitely Supreme Court ruled in the favour of the Zamindars & Owners (Bhai SC toh Fundamental rights ka guarantor hai na) Now emerge another question, Promoting welfare of the people is DPSP & Right to Property was a FR. X So, whether welfare prevails over FR or not?? R. AGRAWAL

  10. CONFRONTATIONS STARTED: Parliament enacted amendments & added articles. FINALLY THE D-DAY: In 1978, by 44th Amendment Act, Parliament abolished the right to property as a Fundamental Right. Article (1)(f) & Article 31 were repealed from part III. New Article 300 A was added in part XII R. AGRAWAL

  11. IMPLICATIONS . Right to property can be regulated without any constitutional amendment (By ordinary law). 2. If anyone violates Right to property, the aggrieved person can not directly move the Supreme Court (Can move High Court). No guaranteed right to compensation in case of acquisition of private property by the state. 3. 4. No protection against legislative action. R. AGRAWAL