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  • Nehal

    May 18, 2021 at 9:35 pm
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    There are six fundamental rights guarantied under indian constitution. Articles 12-35 of the Indian Constitution deals with Fundamental Rights, those are as followed:

    Right to Equality – Article 14-18 talks about right to Equality. This article guarantee right of equality to each and everyone. Every peron is equal in eyes of court. everyone person is equal irrespective of caste, class, creed, religion etc.

    Right to Freedom – Article 19-22 talks about right to Freedom. This article guarantees right to Freedom to each and every person as India is a democratic country. The freedom right includes –

    Freedom of speech and expression <div>Freedom of assembly without armsFreedom of association</div><div>Freedom to practise any profession </div><div>Freedom to reside in any part of the country.</div><div>

    Right against Exploitation – Aritlce 23-24 talks about right against Exploitation. This article helps to prevent any kind of exploitation to any kind of human. This article also prohibits child labour of any form.

    Right to Freedom of Religion – Article 25-28 talks about right to Freedom of Religion. This article guarantees right to Freedom of Religion to each and every person who is living in india. One is free to decide its own religion. Every person has right to profess and freely practise their religion.

    Cultural and Educational Rights – Article 29-30 talks about right to Educational Rights. This article guarantee right to get education. No one will be deprived of education. This is for those section of the society who are in minority.

    Right to Constitutional Remedies – Article 32 talks about right to Constitutional Remedies. Article 32 is considered as magta carta of indian consitutuion. It is also known as heart&soul of Indian Constitution. Under this Article no one can be deprived off its fundamental rights.

    The main reason why they are called fundamental rights becuase they are enforceable under the court of law.


    • This reply was modified 3 years, 1 month ago by  Nehal Rathi.
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