The National Commission to Review the Working of the Constitution had submitted its report in 2002
GN Bureau | March 22, 2018
The constitution of India has been amended 101 times so far, parliament was informed.
Union minister PP Chaudhary said that there is no proposal to review the working of the constitution by a high power commission.
The National Commission to Review the Working of the Constitution was set-up by the government of India, under the chairmanship of Justice MN Venkatachaliah, retired chief justice of India, on February 22, 2000. The Commission had submitted its report on March 31, 2002, said the minister.
Action on the recommendations made in the report lies with various ministries/departments of the government which are administratively concerned with the subject matter of the recommendations, he added.
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