Our Mission :

The mission of the author is to place the country amongst the most prosperous and powerful nations in the world to provide "Liberty and Dignity', prosperity and happiness to all our people.   more..

Our Vision :

Betterment of democratic citizen of our country and ensure a quality life for weeker sections of society, based on good governance and civil order, towards being a developing Nation.

Message to Country Men :

Dear Countrymen,
"The regressive and continually deteriorating plight of our large populace is no secret. About 116 crore of India's population exists under...   more..

Author's Message To The Countrymen

“INDIA IN CHAOS, ONLY JUDICIARY CAN SAVE” BY ELECTORAL REFORMS & JUDICIARY PLAYING A THIRD EYE

IT IS 71 YEARS SINCE INDEPENDENCE BUT NONE OF THE BASIC OBJECTIVES OF THE CONSTITUTION IS FULFILLED. SINCE THE JUDICIARY IS THE CUSTODIAN, FINAL ARBITER AND IMPLEMENTER OF THE CONSTITUTION! IT IS TIME FOR JUDICIARY TO RISE AND SET ALL WRONGS RIGHT.

INDIA IN CHAOS

The book is a rare interpretation of India’s Constitution. It attempts at comprehensive diagnosis of India’s maladies and their total cure. It provides a unique opportunity to transform the nation by establishing Governments that are sensitive to human sufferings and capable of fulfilling the ‘basic objectives’ of the Constitution.

NEVER BEFORE IS WRITTEN A BOOK OF ITS KIND NOR THE CONSTITUTION INTERPRETED SO PRUDENTLY – DEFINING INCUMBENCIES & PREROGATIVE POWERS OF JUDICIARY.   Read More

What The Eminent People Say


Ranjan Gogoi
Chief justice of India

Ranjan Gogoi is an Indian judge serving as the 46th and current Chief Justice of India since 3 October 2018


K. K. Venugopal
Supreme Court of india (Attorney General for India)

Dear Shri K.C. Agrawal,
The book is a deep introspection into the maladies facing our country, and attempts to curate a solution. On a fundamental level, I would agree that the key is to establish a responsible and accountable system of governance at the state and union level. Read more..

‘K.C. Agrawal is an Engineer by Profession but a lawyer by choice. He told us about what the country has lost and what can be...   read more

Mr Justice T.S. Thakur

- ‘K.C. Agrawal is an Architect’- Hon’ble Mr Ram Jethmalani, Jurist (during a seminar at Constitution Club of India New Delhi, Oct...   read more

Ram Jethmalani

-“India in Chaos” is the impassioned out-pouring of an anguished heart of a true patriot, sensitive to the present dismal...   read more

Mr Justice M.N. Venkatachaliah

-It is an informative account spruced with the author’s intent to see our country rise into the realm of prosperity for itself...   read more

Mr Justice K.G. Balakrishnan

-As a matter of fact while it provides much required guidance to our experts in various vital spheres of our life and to our...   read more

Prof. Dr Mahendra Pal Singh

'K.C. Agrawal is an amazing teacher who just taught in one class, what law books might take ages to teach and still...   read more

Ms Rashmi Verma, an Entrepreneur

- Mr Agrawal has indeed dealt with the practical aspects of the problems facing the country. The common people...   read more

Mr Keshari Nath Tripathi

- Mr Agrawal, I share your concerns. We must liberate our country from poverty, illiteracy and backwardness and...   read more

— Hon’ble Mr N.N. Vohra

- Mr K.C.Agrawal’s book is an eye opener for all. The book is useful for all strata of our society and our...   read more

— Hon’ble Dr Mahesh Sharma

- A fearless and independent judiciary is indispensable in any functioning democracy. Mr. Agrawal’s book, is well...   read more

— Hon’ble Soli Jehangir Sorabjee, Jurist and former

-- Mr Agrawal – It will not be an adulation if I say that you have authored the book at the right time. The book...   read more

— Hon’ble Mr Justice R. Mahadevan

- Mr Agarwal your book makes an interesting reading. I am glad you have not only raised the issues,you have also...   read more

— Hon’ble Justice Mr Challa Kodanda Ram

 

Author's Preface

K.C. AGRAWAL
Having received little support from within or without, the present work can be considered a work against odds, accompanied largely by disapprovals and jeers. But what I have narrated is the grim reality of how India and its large debilitated and famished masses have been perpetually exploited and demeaned by our self-seeking governing system in absence of adequate checks and balances over our erring guardians (Legislature and Executive). This harsh reality one would be compelled to accept as one would proceed through the book.   read more