Context: The author is discussing how the verdict of Naz Foundation vs GoI was overturned 4 years later in Suresh Kr Kaushal vs Naz Foundation. The cited arguments that are relevant in the context of Indian counstitutional identity were -
1. The sancity of the 'Principle of presumption of constitutionality'
2. The impropriety of 'extensively relying upon the judgements of other jurisdictions'
Can someone elaborate on this? Thanks in advance.
The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.