Editorials/Opinions Analysis For UPSC 01 November 2022
- Raj Bhavan’s extra-constitutional delusions
- Is there anti-superstition legislation in India?
The article critically examines the Governor’s powers and limitations in light of recent actions by the Governor’s office that have garnered national attention for all the wrong reasons.
GS Paper 2: Functions and responsibilities of the Union and the States, issues and challenges pertaining to the federal structure.
Any office that exercises discretionary power has a moral obligation to be objective and impartial. The Governor’s powers, on the other hand, are frequently fraught with controversy. Analyze. (250 Words)
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Two women were recently discovered murdered as part of a human sacrifice ritual in Kerala’s Pathanamthitta district. Following that, the state government emphasised the need for new legislation to combat such superstitious practises and urged strict adherence to existing laws.
GS Paper 2: Government policies and interventions for development in various sectors and issues arising out of their design and implementation.
Do you believe that a centralised anti-superstition law is required to deal strictly with crimes associated with superstition, occult practises, and black magic? (250 words)
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