Student at School of Law, Narsee Monjee Institute of Management studies, India
The purpose of studying the Fundamental Rights of Indian Constitution and Constitution is to understand and study what are the norms, rules and regulation which govern the country, how are they the basis on which the laws are formulated. The study of fundamental rights of the Indian constitution is important to make each and every individual aware of what constitutional rights are available to him that he can follow without anyone’s force on him. The research paper also tells what the various allegations on the fundamental rights of the nation and further the court cases and judgement of the supreme court in response to the controversies were. The research paper will make use of theoretical data along with some factual details of the Indian constitution and some details from court judgements. It will also indirectly show public opinion on the Fundamental rights of India. The fundamental rights of the Indian constitution have left a very positive impact on the public of India; some people do have complaints about the fundamental rights of one of the world’s greatest, longest and the most detailed constitution, but the court proceeding have cleared all the doubts and confusions regarding the same topic. The end result shows that the Fundamental rights of the Indian constitution have a very good effect on the Indian nationals and adhere to the needs of all the citizens; some complaints were their, but they are still resolved and worked up correctly.
International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 1, Page 922 - 928DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.114100
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