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A Constitution Should Represent The Will Of Its People. Does Nehru’s ‘Slave’ Constitution Do So?

by M. Nageswara Rao, Aug 25, 2020 03:39 PM +05:30 IST

This is a sequel to my earlier article entitled ‘The Constitutional subjugation of Hinduism: A Hindu cry for Equal Rights’ published in Swarajya magazine on 7 August 2020.

I had argued therein that our Constitution has been designed to subjugate Hinduism by treating Hindus as dhimmis or second class citizens in matters of religion, culture and education. That analysis led to natural curiosity as to how this could happen when the Constituent Assembly comprised mostly of Hindus. A peep into the making of the Constitution may help understand the context.

The author is former In-Charge Director, CBI. These views are personal.

M.Nageswara Rao IPS (Retired)

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