Amberdkar and Indian Constitution


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Amberdkar and Indian Constitution

Author: Kusum Sharma
Order No. 51001
ISBN: 8170244994
Binding: Hardcover
Publisher: APH
Pub Year: 1997
Pages: 265
Language: English

Dr. B.R. Ambedkar’s role as the Chief architect of the Indian Constitution is a well regarded and widely discussed fact of our recent history. But how and to what extent he’ influenced the Course of constitutional development in pre-independent India is not very well known. Fired with the zeal to secure social and Political rights for the depressed and down trodden of this country this great champion of liberty and human rights actively engaged himself in all the constitutional developments right from the year 1918 when he successfully pleaded for the case of the depressed classes before the Southborough Committee on Franchise. The authors bring forth hitherto unknown facts of our institutional history and established beyond doubt this great impact of edkar on constitutional reforms contained in the Acts of 1909, 1919 and 1935.

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