1-right to equality
2-right to freedom
3-right against exploitation
4-right to freedom of religion
5-cultural and educational rights
6-right to constitutional remedies
1- according to our constitution , all citizens will be equally protected by the laws of the country.
2- our constitution has given the right to freedom to every citizen .
3-poverty makes pepole helpless. The rich take advantages of the poor's helplessness.
4-every citizen in India has thr right to worshil practise amd propagate his /her religion.
5- our constitution recognises the right of each group of people to established and maintain educationl institutions.
6-This gives authority to the citizens to move to the High courts and the supreme court.
2. right to equality it means all peoples must have equal right to do any thing which they want even they are belonging from lower or upper cast it is no matter.
3. right to freedom it means every people have freedom to do any thing to go any were it no matter that u wanna go to other country u must have choose your life style which is u like more u also have freedom to eat any thing .
4. right to freedom of religion it means u must have on choice to choose your religion and u must change your religion.
5. right to education it means every people have right to education even he or she very small for this or very old for study if they want to study then they will do it.
6. right against explorations its means the action of treating someone unfair in order to benefit from their work then they must against for this unfairness. if something went wrong with him or her then they also against.
2.right to freedom:this includes the right to freedom of speech and expresion
3.right against exploitation:the constitution prohibits trafficing,forced labour and children working under 14years of age
4.right to freedom of Religion:riligion freedom is provided to all citizens. every person has the right to practice,profess and propagate the religion of their choice
5.cultural and edocational educational rights
6.right to constitutional remidies
fudamental rights is very imortant because their are many rules in fundamental rights which are followed by members of constitution
Fundamental rights are those essential conditions of life without which noone can lead a full and happy life.
The constitution of india goves us six fundamental rights. And they areRight to equality has 5 parts Article 14 to 18. and they are a Article 14. Equality before law. b. Article 15Prohibition of discrimination. c.Article 16 Equality of opportunity in matter of public employment. d. Article 17 Abolition of untouchability. And article 18 Abolitions of titles
2Right to freedom Article 19 to 21.
article 19 New Six fundamental freedoms which are given below freedom of speech and expression freedom to assemble peacefully and without arms freedom to form Association or Union freedom of movement to India freedom to reside and settle in any part of India freedom to practice any profession or to carry on any occasion an article 22 gives rise to a person arrested under these conditions 1no person can be detained in custody without being told Off The Ground for such a such an arrest. 3 such a person shall have the right to been defined by the lawyer of his choice 3every arrested person must be produced before the nearest magistrate within 24 hours of such as he cannot be detained further without the order of the magistrate
3.right against exploitation article 23 and 24
the constitutions make two main declaration against exploitation which Alexander first prohibition of traffic in human being are possible and forced labour article 23.2 provision of employment of children in the factories article 24
4. right to freedom of religion article 25 26 27 and 28
right to freedom of religion right to freedom of religion: provides religious freedom to all citizens of India
5.cultural and educational rights article 29 and 30
1st partRight to conserve the language script and culture article 29
2nd part. Right to establish educational institutions article 30
6.right to constitutional remedies article 32.
1st. writ of habeas corpus.
2nd. Writ of Mandamus.
3rd. Writ of probition.
4th writ of certiorari.
5th writ of quo warranto.
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1. The right to equality includes equality before the law, the prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, gender or place of birth, equality of opportunity in matters of employment, the abolition of untouchability and abolition of titles.
2. The right to freedom includes freedom of speech and expression, assembly, association or union or cooperatives, movement, residence, and right to practice any profession or occupation.
3. The right against exploitation prohibits all forms of forced labour, child labour and trafficking of human beings. Children under age of 14 are not allowed to work.
4. The right to freedom of religion includes freedom of conscience and free profession, practice, and propagation of religion, freedom to manage religious affairs, freedom from certain taxes and freedom from religious instructions in certain educational institutes.
5. The Cultural and educational Rights preserve the right of any section of citizens to conserve their culture, language or script, and right of minorities to establish and administer educational institutions of their choice.
6. The right to constitutional remedies is present for enforcement of fundamental rights.
7. Article 21A (Right to Education) states that the state shall provide free and compulsory education to all the children of the age of 6-14 years.
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Initially, the constitution of India had 7 fundamental rights that are borrowed from the constitution of the USA. But later on, right to property was abolished and now there are just 6 fundamental rights on force..
RIGHT TO EQUALITY; (ARTICLE 14-18)
Article 14 represents the idea of equality, which states that the state shall not deny to any person equality before the law or the equal protection of the laws within the territory of India. The equality before the law is guaranteed to all without regard to race, colour or nationality.
RIGHT TO FREEDOM: (ARTICLE 19)
The right to freedom guarantees to the citizens of India 6 fundamental freedoms: (1) Freedom of speech and expression, (2) Freedom of assembly, (3) Freedom to form associations, (4) Freedom of movement, (5) Freedom to reside and to settle, (6) Freedom of profession, occupation, trade or business.
RIGHT AGAINST EXPLOITATION: (ARTICLE 23-24)
Article 23 prohibits human trafficking, women, children, beggars or other forced labour militate against human dignity. Article 24 prohibits employing children below the age of 14 years in any hazardous profession. This right followed the human right concepts and United Nations norms.
RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF RELIGION: (ARTICLE 25-28)
Article 25 and 26 embody the principles of religious tolerance and serve to emphasize the secular nature of Indian democracy. Article 25 offers freedom of Conscience and free profession, practice and propagation of religion whereas article 26 helps to manage religious affairs, which is subject to public order, morality and health, every religious domination or any section.
RIGHTS TO MINORITIES: (ARTICLE 29-30)
Article 29 provides protection of the interests of minorities. A minority community can effectively conserve its language, script or culture by and through an educational institution. Article 30 states the rights of minorities whether based on religion and language to establish and administer educational institutions.
RIGHT TO CONSTITUTIONAL REMEDIES:(ARTICLE 32-35)
Rights, in order to be meaningful, must be enforceable and backed by remedies in case of violation. This article guarantees the right to move the Supreme court by appropriate proceedings for the enforcement of Fundamental rights and deals with the Supreme court's power to issue order or writs for the enforcement of Fundamental rights.
Therefore, fundamental rights play a significant role because they are most essential for the attainment of the full intellectual, moral, and spiritual status of an individual. Therefore, the objective behind the inclusion of fundamental rights in the constitution was to establish a government of law to preserve individual liberty, building an equitable society, and establish a welfare state.
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