Was it morally right for President tomake amendments to Constitution without consent of parliament?
Article 35 A of Indian constitution allows president to issue special orders to change constitution without taking parliament into confidence as under article 370 A . The legal sustainability is under question. But members can decide on the possible loss political democratic values in India because of it. The broad based consensus can be achieved by following parliament procedures. Article 35 A is definitely against this though it may have legal sanctity. So let us have a discusion on its fallout.
Article 35 A and Article 370 are for special status to J&K for being integral part of India. In 1954 these articles were inserted in order to extend Indian citizenship status to residents of J&A. The problem is Article 35 A which gives special recognition to state subjects under article 370 A making J&K a semi autonomous state in India. It virtually separates residents of J&K from citizens of rest of India to make them a citizen of India. Some laws like citizens of other state cannot buy property were made under these articles. The most intriguing act is if a J&K girl marries Outisde the state then she loses her resident status. And people from other states cannot seek employment which violates the inviolable basic structure doctrine by going against Article 14, 15 and 16. Further the resident status effectively goes against article 19, 21 of Indian constitution. This was created not by amending Indian constitution but by simply a presidential order which means rest of people of india were not taken into confidence because J&K also gets funds from Consolidates fund of India as grants under article 280 to 284 of Indian constitution. The further most intriguing part is financial emergency cannot be imposed as under article 360 to J&K. Emergency provisions are non existent to J&K.
Friends as far as possible just have a discussion on its moral validity. As far as possible don't enter to polity area. The above passage is just for information.