V.M Tarkunde’s “Fundamental Right to Property” explains how the right to property is fundamental to a human being to enjoy other fundamental rights. He explains the provisions meant to protect the right to property and their limitations. He discusses various arguments on both sides of the importance of this right for an individual. He raises questions on the efficiency of the amendment removing it as a fundamental right in reducing economic disparities and ensuring social justice. This was taken from an editorial published in 1971 issue of “Radical Humanist” by Forum of Free Enterprise. V.M. Tarkunde was a former judge of the Bombay High Court.
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