Itika Sharma ,
Right to Constitutional Remedies: The Heart and Soul of Constitution,
4 (3) IJLMH Page 2478 - 2482 (2021), DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.11704
The Constitution of India is undoubtedly supreme law of India. Part III (Article 12-35) of the act deals with the Fundamental Rights. Specifically Article 32, i.e. Right to Constitutional Remedies is a fundamental right while vests a very wide power to approach to the Supreme Court for breach of any of the Fundamental right by the state or institutions or individuals. This Article is an approach to critically examine the Right of Constitutional Remedies and how this Fundamental Right won the race amongst others, in being the most important right one can have, in eyes of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. As said by him- “the Constitution will be nullity without this Article”. Afterward the article discuss about the Public Interest Litigation; a modern approach to litigation.
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