Saving of Laws & Constitutional Remedy in Constitution of India, in simple Hindi/ Urdu (Topic: 8)

Saving of Laws & Constitutional Remedy in Constitution of India, in simple Hindi/ Urdu (Topic: 8)

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Hello Friends, Our talk on Fundamental Rights in Constitution of India since last few videos today, we’ll cover the last two topics under that title. one among it is the saving of certain laws, implies that certain laws are kept intact when our constitution was made, our law makers decided to continue severl British era laws, for future development of India therefore several such laws were kept enacted this exactly is called saving of certain laws it starts from 31A and goes up to 31D lets see what these are 31A is about acquisition of private properties by government for infrastructure development such acquisitions were validated but within the frame work of law for the betterment of whole nation the details are talked upon about types of land etc it talk about acquisition of such lands likewise, it also talks about acquisition of institutions and changing in their working etc in several cases govt. has right to alter terms of agreements etc with such companies and institutions. but all these has to be done in the bigger interest of India. 31C talks about laws made under directive principles. if central govt. makes law it is ok, but if any state govt. makes such law it must be sent to President for President’s approval. 31D is stands repealed here ends the title of saving of certain laws. Now, the next and title under fundamental rights, it is: it is right to constitutional remedy what is this, and its range it starts from 32 up to 35, we’ll call law no. 32 to law no. 35. 32 says, if fundamental rights are snatched away, this law no. 32 gives us legal weapons to take back fundamental rights by going to Supreme Court. and by using given legal weapons, we can take back such rights if these were taken away from us. Fundamental Right can never be snatched away from us except under emergency that too within legal limits and time frame. 32A is repealed 33 law talks about application of these rights on forces and some institutions with little bit of required changes. we’ll discuss detail in later videos. law no. 34 says, how these laws are applied to public in controlled manner in places where martial laws are imposed. some critical zones require such impositions for overall situation to be maintained. now comes law no. 35A as per this, law only Parliament was given the right to make such laws. 35B talks about keeping intact all working laws until new laws would come up here our brief explanation on fundamental rights ends we’ll discuss fundamental rights in details in coming videos

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