The major issues before the Constituent Assembly of India were:
Only a good constitution can provide full support in the full-fledged development of a nation, which the people of that country, themselves or the Constituent Assembly of the country have created from their experience. This statement applies in the context of India.
The Constitution of India was formed by the Constituent Assembly constituted under the Cavinet Mission (1946).
The major challenges / issues facing it were:
(1) To create a constitution that fulfills the aspirations of India and its large population filled with diversities.
(2) To take into consideration the immediate and long-term needs of new and newly formed India.
(2) To give a secular constitution to the country facing communal bites.
(4) To provide a system of balanced and equal governance to all sections of the minority as well as the marginalized, the underprivileged, the backward
(5) To ensure that-
(i) Everyone should get representation in the Constituent Assembly.
(ii) It should not remain as a Congress conference.
(iii) Do not become a gathering of scholars and lawyers.
(iv) Do not remain as a body of dots etc. which were also objected to.
(v) In this context, Nehru's statement is worth considering that "our responsibilities have also increased as we get freedom and strength".