'We want a new constitution', controversial comments by Modi's advisor
Question for changing the country's constitution on Independence Day. Bibek Debroy, Chairman of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Financial Advisory Council cleared the controversy after two days. He claimed that the article he wrote about the new constitution was his personal one.
In fact, Vivek Devroy wrote an opinion piece on the Constitution in an all-India press on Independence Day. There he claimed, 'Citizens of India now need a new constitution. We are no longer what we were in 1950.
A lot has changed. But since 1973, we have been told that the basic structure of the Constitution cannot be changed. In other words, the renowned economist openly advocated changing the basic structure of the Constitution.
Vivek Devarai is currently the Chairman of the Prime Minister's Financial Advisory Council. Naturally, the question was raised, is his opinion a reflection of the government's thinking? The Prime Minister's advisor is asking for the new constitution, is Prime Minister Modi also in favor of it? However, the Prime Minister's Financial Advisory Council said that the opinion of Vivek Debroy is not the opinion of their committee.
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