Sunday, 26 May 2013 04:12
Arjun Gurung seems to be responding inadvertently to serious questions which nature is encompassed in the Constitution of India which supremacy is beyond even Parliament which is its creation. Therefore the process of state formation is already enshrined within its features which Articles require to be identified and invoked supplemental to each other. Demand for a state is a constitutional event preserved for select areas in India which constitutionally was identified as Backward Tracts (reference to areas inhabited by autochthones or indigenous people) who were different from the majority inhabitants of India. This was the primary aspect in mind of the fathers of the Constitution while formulating the program for the Backward Tracts during the Cripps Cabinet Mission 1946 whose instructions were implemented in the formation of the Constituent Assembly of India to draft the Constitution for independent India for imparting judicious governance. Within the fold of 395 numbered Articles (presently total 466) constitute all aspects of legality to be applied while seeking rights of each citizens as well as implied duties.