Indian Constitution Law with loopholes: Is it deliberate or unseen?The Indian Constitution is the lengthiest written constitution in the world which came into effect on 26 January 1950 and were pulled from other constitutions in the world. Our Law is a mixture of civil, religious, common and customary, Islamic ethics within the legal framework and also cohere to the UNs instructions on human rights and the environmental law but it is pestered by many loopholes.
There are many economic and corporeal loopholes in the Indian constitution as the law or its amendments are generally made by civil/public servant and not by lawyers /judges or advocates. They manoeuvre complicated language with a lengthy structure which can be exploited by power/authority people.
Why are such laws made or amended so as to have so many loopholes that it helps any and everyone in power or with money? India being a multilingual, multi-social and multi-religious country and focus on unity in diversity, shouldn't the law be made for all-round welfare of its citizens, fair and just?
(My 6th entry for the ISC 13th Birthday Special - A thread a day challenge. )