Indian Constitution: An Analysis of the Fundamental Rights and the Directive Principles
ARS - Journal of Applied Research and Social Sciences, Vol.1, Issue.17, December 2014, ISSN 2350-1472
9 Pages Posted: 10 Apr 2015
Date Written: 2014
The aim of the paper is insight on the constitution of India is based on the principles of liberty, equality, fraternity and justice. For achieving aim we have undertaken a concise study of all the journals and books which are linked with the provisions of the constitution manifest great respect for human dignity, commitment to equality and non-discrimination and concern for the weaker section in society. Further, the constitution makes it mandatory for the Government to protect and promote freedoms, and to assure every citizen a decent standard of living. In other words, the Indian Constitution guarantees the basic human rights to every citizen of India. This paper dealt with general Constitutional Laws of India and the amendments made into Constitution of India. The paper also reveals about the schemes for realization of the above mentioned goals are contained in the Fundamental Rights enshrined in Part III and Part IV of the Constitution. The right to freedom, the right against exploitation, the right to freedom of religion, cultural and educational rights, right to constitutional remedies and special provisions relating to certain classes are some of the constitutional provisions ensuring human rights.
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