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Basics Fundamental Rights of Indian Citizen | Company Vakil

Right to Equality

Right to equality entails that every citizen is the equal as to the law. So, any citizen irrespective of , Religious background, caste, creed, age, language and social status are taken to be same and equal. equality rights ensures that all citizens are taken equally.  Right to equality makes discrimination of any kind either age ,color ,religion illegal in the country of India .

The following Articles in the Constitution makes sure that right to equality for all Indians are given:

  • Article 14 : Equality before law
  • Article 15 : Prohibition of discrimination on grounds only of  sex, religion, race, caste, or place of birth.
  • Article 16 : Equality of opportunity in matters of public employment
  • Article 17 : Abolition of untouchability
  • Article 18 : Abolition of titles, Military and academic distinctions are exempted

Right to Freedom

Indian people benefits six freedoms as indicated in the Constitution. Right to freedom provides that Indian citizens can go on with their daily lives peacefully without undue restriction, harassment  by the Authorities.

The Six fundamental freedom given in Article 19 of the Constitution are:

  • Freedom of expression and speech
  • Freedom to gather peacefully without arms
  • Freedom to form social organizations or unions or co-operative societies
  • Freedom to move freely in the whole of India
  • Freedom to reside and stay anywhere in India
  • Freedom to practice any profession or to carry on any occupation, trade or business

In addition to Article 19 above, the following Articles of the Constitution ensure right to freedom for all Indian Citizens:

Article 20 : Protection in respect of conviction for offenses

Article 21 : Protection of life and personal liberty

Article 22 : Protection against arrest and detention in certain cases

Right against Exploitation

All Indian people benefits a right against being exploited or misused. The right against taking advantage provided under the Constitution protects children, the vulnerable and the poor from illegal labour, human trafficking and child labor

The following Articles in the Constitution ensure right against exploitation for all Indians:

  • Article 23: Restrictions of traffic in human beings and forced labour.
  • Article 24: Restrictions of employment of children (No Indian below the age of 14 years can be employed)

Right to Freedom of Religion

India is a safe Nation with people of different faiths living in peace. Indian nationals can practice a religion they choice and undergo rituals or activities as per their religious customs. According to the Constitution, all religions are same before the nation and no religion shall be given favor over the other. Further, Indian nationals are allowed to preach, practice any religion they choice.

The following Articles in the Constitution ensure right to freedom of religion:

  • Article 25: Freedom of conscience and free profession, practice and propagation of religion
  • Article 26: Freedom to religious affairs management
  • Article 27: Freedom as to payment of taxes for helping of any particular religion – No citizen shall be told to pay any taxes for the activities of any religion.
  • Article 28: Freedom  to attend at religious instruction or religious worship in certain educational institutions Venue.

Cultural and Educational Rights

The Education and cultural Rights given in the Constitution are made to guard the rights and customs of the minors. Moreover, the Constitution says for any community that has their own language has the right to speak it.

The following Articles in the Constitution protect cultural and education rights:

  • Article 29: Protection of interests of minorities
  • Article 30: Right of minorities to attend any educational institutions

Right to Constitutional solutions

Right to Constitution solutions entails that an Indian citizens can approach a court of law, in case of any Refusal of the important rights. This right allows the Courts to protect the citizens’ fundamental rights as put out in the Constitution.

  • Article: 32: Solutions for enforcement of rights

To learn more concerning the Indian Constitution or to talk to a Lawyer, visit company Vakil or talk to any of our associates.

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