This article is a comment on the Draft Equality Bill, 2016 drafted by Tarunabh Khaitan. It focuses on two central issues. The first is the very concept of equality the Bill propounds and its conflict with other rights guaranteed under the Constitution. The other, is the standard of judicial review envisaged under the bill. It casts doubt on the premise that a court centric model of achieving equality is the best way to achieve equality in a country where millions do not have access to justice.
Dr. Sudhir Krishnaswamy, 'A Critique of the Draft Equality Bill' (03 Aug 2016) <http://blog.mylaw.net/soft-judicial-review-conflicts-with-other-rights-and-other-problems-in-the-draft-equality-bill/> accessed on 26 May 2019