"Until the lions have their own historians the history of the hunt will always glorify the hunter...."
- Chinua Achebe

2015, ഡിസംബർ 26, ശനിയാഴ്‌ച

CHAPTER-V FUNDAMENTALS OF INDIAN CONSTITUTION: DR. AMBEDKAR’S CONCEPTION

On 9th December, 1946, the Constituent Assembly of India met for the first time to begin the process of formulation of its national charter without the participation of Muslim League’s members. This led to some remarks about the composition as well as the character of the newly formed Constituent Assembly. On 16th December, 1946, Lord Simon described the Constituent Assembly sitting in Delhi consists of only Caste Hindus.1 Mr. Churchill said that the absence of the Muslim League in the Constituent Assembly was something like the absence of the bride in the Church when the marriage was going to take place.2 ... continue reading.....