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- Sep 2017
where any right which existed before the commencement of the Constitution has been incorporated in Part III, the common law right would not exist under the Constitution. In a concurring judgment Justice Beg held that while adopting the Constitution, therewas a notional surrender by the people of India of the control over these rights to a sovereign republic and it is only the Constitution which is supreme and which can confer rights and powers
ADM Jabalpur - All rights conferred by constitution. Any rights pre-existing and not covered under Part III have been surrendered.