The author in this article discusses whether Fundamental rights can be restricted by an ordinance or not and the related provisions. It further discusses that Fundamental rights are characterized as the basic human freedom every citizen of India should have.
The author in this article discusses the limitations on the ordinance making power and the related Constitutional provisions. It further discusses the case laws that discusse the limitations on the ordinance making power.
The article leads to a very critical discussion about the binding and unjustified existence of cabinet guidance. The binding of the Cabinet Council advice on the President has three approaches.
The author here discusses how in spite of having a President, India doesn’t have a Presidential form of government. It further discusses how a system of government is not only about the prosperity or freedom of an individual, but also about his/her morality