A 1967 landmark judgement declared that it was not within the powers of the Parliament to abridge Fundamental Rights granted in Part III of the Constitution. This was followed by two Bills. One, tabled by MP Nath Pai, provided that the Parliament have the power to abridge or take away a Fundamental Right. The other, tabled by MP Sriraj Meghrajji, provided that any amendment of the Fundamental Rights must be the subject of a Referendum. In this episode of the Explainer Series, we discuss Meghrajji’s argument.