Citation: 1967 AIR 1643, 1967 SCR (2) 762

Date: 27 February 1967 1967

Bench: Rao, K. Subba Wanchoo, K.N., Hidayatullah, M. & Shah, J.C., Sikri, S.M. & Bachawat, R.S., Ramaswami, V. & Shelat, J.M., Bhargava, Vishishtha & Mitter, G.K. & Vaidyialingam, C.A.


There was a Golaknath family which had 500 acres of land but due to the passing of the land tenure act it was held that the family can have only a share of the property and the remaining property should be deposited to the Government

So, in this case, the land tenure act was challenged and it was argued that under article 19 of the constitution provides that citizen has Right to property, So the question was raised that can a Fundamental Right can be amended or not


Supreme Court held that Parliament has only limited power to amend laws and rights and parliament cannot amend the fundamental rights

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