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Center for Law and Policy Research (CLPR) recently hosted ‘The Supreme Court in Review, 2019’, in association with the NCS chapter of the St. Joseph’s College of Law, Bangalore. The event was organised to facilitate critical public engagement with respect to the Supreme Court of India and its judgments.
The event comprised three sessions that touched upon the themes of democracy, Supreme Court reforms, and faith and religion.
In the first session, Malavika Prasad, Advocate and doctoral fellow at NALSAR University of Law, shared her thoughts on the scope of Money Bills. Analysing the Puttaswamy and Rojer Mathew judgments, she argued that the recent passing of the Aadhaar Bill and the Finance Bill, 2017 as Money Bills posed a great threat to Indian bicameralism.