Sunday, 30 September 2012

Part 13: Revolution and counter revolution in modern India

Waman Meshram, National President, Bharat Mukti Morcha

Provision of Fundamental Rights

What is the meaning of Fundamental rights? Fundamental Rights are such that not even judiciary able to violate them. This is so because the ruling caste can violate them. They can be restored again through Judiciary. Citizen are given this Right under Article 32 that if any citizen’s fundamental rights are violated then then he can knock the doors of Supreme Court or High Court, but in Manusmriti all the constitutional rights are snatched. Babasaheb Ambedkar wrote in the constitution that Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes people do not belong to Shudra Varna.

These people are outside the Varna system and OBC people are from  Shudra Varna. That’s why for these people there is a provision of fundamental rights in the Indian Constitution. If you read article 13 then it is written that ‘all the laws in force in territory of India immediately before the commencement of this Constitution, in so far as they are inconsistent with the provisions of this Part, shall, to the extend of such inconsistency, be void.’  The Constitution was adopted on 26th January 1950. Babasaheb wrote just two lines that sent thousands of books in air, nullified them.

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