LAW, MORALITY AND CRIME IN INDIAN LEGAL SCENARIO

Dr. Meghabahen Nareshbhai Nayak

Abstract


A social arrangement inside a certain political boundaries, linked together by a similar history and a cluster of traditions, lends colour to the fundamental moral principles of the state or the community in which it exists. Societies' foundations, which include everything from their historical and anthropological beginnings to its present social, economic, and political drivers, are what determine how they work. There are also a number of heterogeneous groups representing a diverse range of cultural identities, beliefs, and lifestyles, which are further subdivided on the basis of their economic standing on the social ladder, which is an attribute of the equitable distribution of power, resources, and other factors. These various layers of differential aspects, which are further influenced by contemporary economic structures and the implementation of policies aimed at the upliftment of the masses as a whole, further add to the overall picture of a heterogeneous society such as India, by adding multiple tints to the overall picture of the country

Keywords


Law, Mortality, Crime, Legal System

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