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Basics of Fundamental Rights and why they are called Fundamental?? (in Hindi)
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Have you Ever thought why fundamental rights are named so??. Let's see.

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  2. So far in the doubt destroyer series Emergency provisions Anti - defection law Amendment of the constitution 2 & 3 7 & 8 4 6 Fundamental duties and Schedules Tribunals And centre state relations DPSP And President ofIndia R. AGRAWAL

  3. Q) What is a Fundamental right ? Fundamental rights are defined as basic human freedoms that every Indian citizen has the right to enjoy for a proper and harmonious Development of personality. R. AGRAWAL

  4. Q- How many fundamental rights are there? Six R. AGRAWAL

  5. DOUBT DESTROYER THEORY 1 4 By 44th Amendment Act Originally there were 7 Fundamental rights 2 4 5 But one FR (right to property was deleted) from fundamental rights 6 R. AGRAWAL

  6. Q- Why fundamental rights are named fundamental rights? (why FUNDAMENTAL) LC R. AGRAWAL

  7. Six Fundamental Rights are Right to freedom of Right to equality (Articles 14-18) religion (Articles 25 - 28) Right to freedom- (Articles 19-22) Cultural and educational rights Articles 29 -30) 05 Right against O Exploitation (Articles 23- 24) Right to constitutional remedies (Articles 32) R. AGRAWAL

  8. Because these FR's are garaunteed and protected 1 by the constitution, not by any statutory Law or any convention We all know constitution is the fundamental law 2 of the land, so any right that's being protected by constitution will be called fundamental. A B Most essential for the all round development of the individuals S. R. AGRAWAL

  9. Decoding fundamental rights in a doubt destrover manner Some Basic one liners:- Articles Most elaborate FR's are mentioned in Associated constitution derivedfundamental part IIl of the are (12-35) inspiration from USA's right in the constitution Framers of the constitution (Bill of orld 4 2 Fundamental rights) 3 R. AGRAWAL

  10. Decoding fundamental rights in a doubt destroyer manner Some Basic one liners:- " FR's are mentioned in part ii of the constitution - Articles Associated are (12-35) " Framers of the constitution derived inspiration from USA's constitution (Bills of rights is equivalent to Fundamental rights) Most elaborate fundamental right in the world " R. AGRAWAL

  11. Characteristics and features of fundamental rights 3) FR's prevent the establishment of an authoritarian and despotic Rule in the country HOW? Authoritarian rule exists when state invades the freedoms and liberties of the people but FR's doesn't allow the state to do so Makes sense now? 4) FR's aims at establishing a government of laws and not of men R. AGRAWAL No men is above law

  12. 6) FR's are not absolute * Parliament can impose reasonable restrictions on them -* Court's decide whether restrictions are reasonable or not * For example, parliament can make a law imposing reasonable restrictions on the exercise of the Right to freedom of speech and expression " The interest of security of the state , public order, Morality, sovereignty etc R. AGRAWAL

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