Rethinking the Preamble

It is an irony that much debate was required for the Government to say that the Constitution is our holy book. The treacherous remarks on secularism and socialism by the Home Minister created initial obfuscation that had to be erased by the Prime Minister’s assurance to stick on to the constitutional values. The Government ultimately acknowledged the distinction between conventional democracy and constitutional democracy, thereby hinting that the latter is not merely a device for majoritarian regime. Read more