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Parliament has a definitive and purposive role in any society. It enacts laws that are growth oriented and essential for the economic development of a nation. However, In the Indian context this does not hold true. The Parliament of India either enacts laws that are prima facie violative of civil liberties of Indians or it allows creation of multiple authorities without any legal framework.
In India the laws made by Parliament are strongly influenced by industrial lobbying and private companies profit designs. Fortunately, there are some good steps taken to put a brake on this unconstitutional march of Indian government. For instance, the national intelligence grid (NATGRID) project of home ministry of India has been stalled after suggestions of Praveen Dalal were accepted by the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) of India.
Similar steps must also be taken regarding UID project of India that has tremendous civil liberty violation potentials. In fact the way it has been operating is already unconstitutional and must be stopped by courts of India. So, we need a Parliament.