No “Socialist, Secular” In Constitution Copy

No "Socialist, Secular" In Constitution Copy

On the opening day of the new parliament building, MPs received copies of the Constitution in a gift bag.

Following the special session’s move to parliament’s new building, English copies of the Constitution distributed to MPs yesterday did not include the words “socialist, secular.”.

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According to the opposition, it is an attack on the Constitution.

Arjun Meghwal, the Law Minister, reacted to the claim by saying the copies featured the “original version” of the Preamble. It was the 42nd amendment of the Constitution in 1976 that added the words ‘socialist, secular’ to the Constitution.

In response, the opposition accused the government of sneaking in a big change without following due process.

According to Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, the Constitution that was given to us and entered (the new Parliament building) does not include the words ‘socialist secular’ in its Preamble.

Although we know those words were added in 1976, if someone gives us the Constitution today and it does not contain those words, we should be concerned. Their intentions are suspicious. They have done it cleverly. There is no doubt this is a serious matter and we will raise it,” he said.

Mr. Chowdhury, the Congress leader in Lok Sabha, expressed doubts about their intentions.

The omission was deemed a crime by Binoy Viswam of the CPI-M.

On the opening day of the new parliament building, MPs received copies of the Constitution in a gift bag.

“Sovereign, democratic republic” was the description of India in the preamble of the Constitution.

With the 42nd amendment, several changes were pushed through by the Congress government during the Emergency imposed by Indira Gandhi, including adding “socialist” and “secular” between “sovereign” and “democratic” and changing “unity of the nation” to “unity and integrity of the nation”.

Many of the changes were reversed in 1978, but the amended preamble remained.

The Supreme Court ruled in 1994 that certain basic characteristics of society cannot be erased, including secularism.

It is imperative that the old Constitution cease to be printed once an amendment is notified, opposition leaders argued. As a result, changing the Constitution would be a form of tampering, they argued.

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