The Supreme Court said that if the violation of fundamental rights like the life of citizens and the right to fair hearing is not resolved by private people working in the state (government), then the Constitution will lose its importance. Fundamental rights such as the right to life, equality and freedom of expression are enforceable under the Constitution against the state and its machinery and the private party working in the state, but they are arguing that for violation of such rights of citizens He cannot be held accountable. Regarding a controversial comment made by former Uttar Pradesh minister Azam Khan in the rape case.
Regarding a controversial comment made by former Uttar Pradesh minister Azam Khan in the rape case.
During the hearing on the issue arising out of the dhit case, a five-judge constitution bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra said, “The constitution loses its importance if there is no solution to the violation of fundamental rights by the private parties working in the government. Will give. Senior advocate Harish Salve, who assisted the Constitution Bench as a friend of justice, said that the idea of having your government employees and governmental body compulsorily to do public work has been decimated decades ago because private individuals and companies are now doing those tasks. Are doing what was previously considered the work of the government.