Discussion on "Changing Society and Constitutional Continuity" to celebrate the Birth Centenary of YV Chandrachud [LIVE UPDATES]

Discussion on "Changing Society and Constitutional Continuity" to celebrate the Birth Centenary of YV Chandrachud [LIVE UPDATES]

Justice Rohinton Nariman is presiding over a discussion on the topic "A Changing Society and Constitutional Continuity - Experience in Pursuit of Justice." Justice Dr DY Chandrachud, son of YV Chandrachud will also speak

Justice Nariman: In another judgment by Justice YV Chandrachud, it was stated that if a Constitutional amendment was not brought into force by the executive within a reasonable time, then the government was not fulfilling its responsibility in the parliament.

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Justice Nariman: Restrictions imposed on Article 19(1)(a) to (g) is justified if it's in the general public interest. This is the end. The means is the reasonableness of the restriction. If the means are in excess, then the law would be struck down even if the end is legal.

Justice Nariman: The means and ends analysis by Justice YV Chandrachud is something we need to be thankful to him for.

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