Revival of Textualism in the Interpretation of Restrictive Instruments

In the context of the recent USSC judgment overturning Roe v Wade, this piece looks at the use of textualism as employed by the bench therein and contrasts it with the Indian use of Textualism as a tool for Constitutional interpretation. Having often been at the receiving end of most criticism, Textualism, this piece argues can be revived as a valid and legitimate tool of interpretation.