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Kesavananda Bharati case In Kesavananda Bharati case, The question in front of the judiciary was Could Parliament alter, amend, abrogate any part of the Constitution even to the extent of taking away all fundamental rights? The Constitutional Bench in Kesavananda Bharati case ruled by a 7-6 verdict that Parliament could amend any part of the Constitution so long as it did not alter or amend the basic structure or essential features of the Constitution. However, the court did not define the term ‘basic structure’, and only listed a few principles — federalism, secularism, democracy — as being its part."

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