Education in concurrent list violates federalism; medium of teaching in Kerala, Karnataka not for parliament to decide: TN to Madras High Court 

"What if the parliament tomorrow said that all children will only be taught in Hindi? It would be an invasion of fundamental rights and the basic structure of the Constitution," Senior Advocate Kapil Sibal said.
Madras HC Hindi
Madras HC Hindi

The Tamil Nadu (TN) government Tuesday told the Madras High Court that by keeping the subject of education in the concurrent list of the Constitution, the parliament was exercising expansive powers on matters that are local and the same amounts to violation of federalism [Aram Seyya Virumbu Trust v Union of India].

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