This is Episode 26 of The Seen and the Unseen, the weekly podcast hosted by our editor, Amit Varma.
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The Right to Property is the underpinning of all our rights — and yet, the Indian constitution does not consider it a Fundamental Right, though it once did. Constitutional expert Shruti Rajagopalan joins Amit Varma to discuss why this right is important, and the consequences of its being weakened in India.
Also read: Why We Need The Right To Private Property — Shruti Rajagopalan
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