A Study of Minority Rights in India: Prospects and Challenges in Special Reference to Canada

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Journal Title: South Asian Law & Economics Review
Author(s): UTKARSH YADAV
Published On: 31/01/2022
Volume: 7
First Page: 38
Last Page: 78
ISSN: 2581-6535
Publisher: The Law Brigade Publisher

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UTKARSH YADAV, A Study of Minority Rights in India: Prospects and Challenges in Special Reference to Canada, Volume 7, South Asian Law & Economics Review, 38-78, Published on 31/01/2022, Available at https://saler.thelawbrigade.com/article/a-study-of-minority-rights-in-india-prospects-and-challenges-in-special-reference-to-canada/

Abstract

India a well-known country of ethnic society whereby sharing a common and distinct culture, religion, language or like presents endless varieties of physical pattern and social behaviour. Being a biggest democracy in the world, the representation of every group of people irrespective of religion, race, caste and sex have been ensured by the Indian constitution. As earlier mentioned, the term ’Democracy’ understood as a way of government of the people which is ruled by the people. This implies that the participation of every citizen for the formulation and enactment of rules and regulation through their representative, they (representative) reflects the voice of each and every people. Therefore for the participation of minority groups in public affairs and in all domain of social, cultural and political activities require  to preserve their identity and protect them from the social exclusion. Hence, it is pertinent to adopt a mechanism ensuring that the diversity of society with regard to minority group is reflected in such institution such as national parliament by means effective and meaningful participation. amine the Historical background and Legislative development of minority group by the method of comparative study in between Canada and Indian perspective.

Keywords: Minority, Democracy, Representation, Public Affair, Indian Constitution

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