Tags : Minority welfare

Fundamental Rights – As Recommended By The Sapru Committee

The makers of our Constitution never intended the Fundamental Rights related to the practice of religion and administration of educational institutions to be discriminatory in nature i.e. they were never meant to be anti-majority. We have especially seen how the minority leaders themselves, during the Second Round Table Conference of 1932, asked for only equal rights and […]Read More

India has a moral duty to protect the minorities in

Ever since the Citizenship Amendment Act was passed by the Parliament of India on 11 December 2019, the country has seen various protests opposing a humanitarian act which was passed with the motive of providing refuge to persecuted minorities from our neighbouring Islamic countries. Ironically, neither those protesting against the legislation nor the spokespersons of […]Read More