FACTS OF THE CASE –
1. Golakh Nath and his family had more than 500 acres of land in Punjab. But during then the state government made a legislation named “Punjab Securities and Land tenures act”. 2. It was under this that it was told that Golak nath and his family could not hold more than 30 acres of land. 3. He filed a writ petition under article 32 challenging the validity of the legislation and that his fundamental right of right to property was being violated.
It was very clear with the then existing political scenario the existing decision of supreme court of giving absolute powers to parliament to amend fundamental rights also was over ruled. A new concept of prospective over ruling was made. Thus in this decision it was held that parliament had no rights at all to amend the fundamental rights.