Right to property may not be a fundamental right any longer, but still a Constitutional right: Supreme Court reiterates

Supreme Court also said that while Article 300A does not explicitly provide for the requirement of compensation, the same cannot be denied by the State when private property is acquired for a public purpose.
Supreme Court on Right to Property
Supreme Court on Right to Property

In its judgment delivered on Friday, the Supreme Court has reiterated that while the right to property may no longer be a fundamental right, it is still a Constitutional right (Hari Krishna Mandir Trust v. State of Maharashtra and others).

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