Constitutional Development: A Retrospective Study In India

Anita Devi


The formation of Indian Constitution has a long historical background. There are numerous bills, acts and characters formed by the constitutional committee that are an integral part of the constitution. These were passed by the British Parliament on various occasions. They may be termed as the background of our constitution. The present form of constitution represents hard work and experience of years, instead of being product of undue hurry. The roots of our constitution are co-joined with the roots of our freedom. As a matter of fact, this constitution was formed by the constitutional committee, but several acts that came in to existence during the British regime have also contributed immensely in the constitutional development of our country. The present research paper is an endeavour to throw light on the different acts/bills passed by the British government in this regard.

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