In each case an implication means that something not expressed is to be understood. Case Study: Kesavananda Bharati vs State Of Kerala And Anr 24 April, 1973 Name of the case – Kesavananda Bharati … vs State Of Kerala And Anr; Equivalent Citations- (1973) 4 SCC 225) INTRODUCTION – This is the greatest decision in the history of Indian constitution which determined the fabric of Indian constitution and also has till date the higest number of judges on bench . Kesavananda Bharati v. State of Kerala and Others (AIR 1973 SC 1461) is a breakthrough verdict of the Supreme Court of India. Background: Kesavananda Bharati was the chief of Edneer Mutt in Kasaragod district of Kerala. His sect had, in its name, certain pieces of land. Kesavananda Bharati is the most referred name in Indian constitutional law. After this landmark Judgement, C.J. But in the one case, this involves an addition to what is expressed : in the other it explains, perhaps limits, the effect of what is expressed. Kesavananda Bharati case. (case citation: AIR 1973 SC 1461) is a landmark decision of the Supreme Court of India that outlined the basic structure doctrine of the constitution. As a result, some of the sect’s lands were to be acquired by the government. SIKIRI retired on 25th April, 1973, one day after the Judgement and as per the Tradition, next chief justice should be the most senior Judge in supreme Court, but the Government was not happy with the verdict. v. State of Kerala and Anr. Kesavananda Bharati Case reflects judicial creativity of very high order. Judgement Date: Aril 24, 1973. The majority bench’s decision to protect the fundamental features of the Constitution was based on sound & rational reasoning.
His Holiness Kesavananda Bharati Sripadagalvaru and Ors. The state government introduced the Kerala Land Reforms (Amendment) Act, 1969.