Enemy Property Bill: ‘Act can be tested for rights violations’

The Central government’s amendments to a nearly five-decade-old law to get rights over “enemy property” extinguish all pending and future claims by even Indian citizens to get back such property vested with the custodian. Once the bill turns into an Act, it would be open to challenge in court on grounds of violation of rights to equality, trade and property, said legal experts. A custodian … Continue reading Enemy Property Bill: ‘Act can be tested for rights violations’