Cabinet Minister Priyank Kharge says that the government will review those laws which are unconstitutional.
in karnataka now Congress ‘s government. formed with the majority siddaramaiah government Now demands are being made to withdraw those laws and orders which were implemented by the BJP government. The new government has also made its stand clear. Cabinet Minister Priyank Kharge Says that our government will review such laws which violate human rights in one way or the other or are unconstitutional. If they affect the state then they can be abolished.
However, during the election campaign, Karnataka government’s deputy CM DK Shivakumar has already spoken about doing so. In Karnataka, the BJP had banned the hijab during its tenure. Had brought laws like halal cut and cow slaughter, due to which there was a political uproar. Now they can be finished.
In such a situation, the question is that if the Karnataka government wants to abolish them, then how will it withdraw these laws in the assembly, know what is its complete process.
How will the Karnataka government withdraw the law?
Supreme Court advocate Ashish Pandey It is said that the process of abolishing any law is the same as it is brought. Or a bigger process is adopted than that. For example, suppose the government has issued a circular to ban mobiles among students in schools, then to cancel this order, the government will have to issue another order, in which it will be clearly written that we cancel the previous order. . Or you can bring notification related to it. Or it can be banned by bringing a bigger act or law in the assembly.
It can also be understood that the central government had to bring a new act to abolish other laws including the new agricultural law, through which it was abolished. When another act is brought to repeal an act, it is called a repealing act.In order to abolish acts like halal cut and cow slaughter in Karnataka, the government will have to bring another act in which it will have to declare the abolition of the previous act.
When there is no law to ban hijab then how ban will be removed,
The previous BJP government in Karnataka did not pass a law to ban hijab but issued a circular. Now let’s understand how it will be removed.
Advocate Ashish Pandey says, this circular was issued by the education department of the previous BJP government in Karnataka. It was said in the circular that whatever will be the institutions or groups related to your education, it will be mandatory to follow the uniform code decided by them. The same uniform will be valid. However, this whole matter reached the court.
In this way, if the Siddaramaiah government of Karnataka has to end it, then the government will have to issue another circular, in which it will be clearly written that the previous order is cancelled.
What will be the role of the opposition?
The government makes laws in two ways, first through ordinance and second through normal process. In both the cases, the government has to present the law in the house and it has to be passed. If the government has sufficient majority, then it can pass a new law without any problem or can cancel the old law. At the same time, if there is no majority, the voting of the opposition will be necessary.