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Articles - Part 5 (in Malayalam )
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This lesson discusses about the articles of Indian Constitution

Akhil A S is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Akhil A S
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  2. PART IIl ARTICLE 12 to 35 FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS >ARTICLE 32 - Right to Constitutional Remedies > The Fundamental of the Fundamental Rights The heart and soul of the Constitution By - Ambedkar

  3. PART IIl ARTICLE 12 to 35 FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS > Orders issued by the courts for the enforcement of Fundamental Rights are called Writs > Power for issuing writs - High courts and Supreme courts > Supreme courts issues writs under - ARTICLE 32 > Highcourts issues writs under - >The idea of writ was taken from ARTICLE 226 BRITAIN

  4. There are five categories of writs 1. Habeas Corpus 2. Mandamus 3. Quo Warranto 4. Prohibition 5. Certiorari ( All are latin words)

  5. PART IIlI ARTICLE 12 to 35 FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS HABEAS CORPUS > To have the body or to produce the body (Mloer3U ,86) U0 @o gO8s1 8600) > Protector of personal freedoms (nuycerol mujocoocol oroese) > First appeared in Magnacarta of 1215 (John lInd) MANDAMUS > We command (m 6%00g/.96agma) >to a public official asking him to perform his duties that he has failed or refused to perform > Cannot be issued against a private individual

  6. PART II ARTICLE 12 to 35 FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS QUO - WARRANTO > By what authority ( 8b2.OS ODIAD@ amo) > To enquire into thevlegality of claim of a person to a public office and oust him if he i not qualified to hold that office

  7. PROHIBITION > To forbid (nleleo)o.) > Issued by the supreme court or to a tribunal to prevent the latter from exceecing its jurisdiction CERTIORARI > To be certified or to be informed > Issued by the Supreme court or High court to a lower court or abtribunal to tranfer a case, pebding before the latter,to the higher court for review