Violation


If the State of Karnataka decided to make special provisions for women and children, isn't that considered as a violation of Article 14 in the Constitution?
 
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Lawyer in Hyderabad.wats app no.9989324294

As all persons are not equal by nature or circumstances, the varying needs of different classes or sections of people require differential treatment. This leads to classification among different groups of persons and differentiation between ch classes. Accordingly, to apply the principle of equality in a practical manner, the courts have evolved the principle that if the law in question is based on rational classification it is not regarded as discriminatory.
 
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