The Spirit of Nationalism as Citizen’s Duty

  • Arvind Singh Kushwaha
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  • Arvind Singh Kushwaha

    Ph.D. (Law) Scholar at University of Delhi, India

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Abstract

The issue of Nationalism is not new or unknown to a person. However, the amount of nationalism varies from one person to another depending upon the values and his/her views towards the nation. This issue was further hyped when recently the acts of individuals were considered as an act against the sacred concept of nationalism which led the chaos to create altogether a different act. The Constitution of India shares the concept as a part of fundamental Duties enshrined under Article 51A; however the recent state of affairs questioned the concept once again as to whether it is a citizen’s duty or not. In this paper, the author attempts to explain the link between the nationalism and citizen’s duty as to follow it.

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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, Page 01 - 03

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.111861

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