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Differences between various legal rights, significance of fundamental rights and classification of fundamental rights

Deepika Reddy Magham is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Deepika Reddy Magham
BCA, LLB, MBA; Director, Shikara IAS Academy; 10 years experience in teaching Indian Polity, Ethics, Indian Society and Social Justice.

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pls make full polity course mam
Thanks a lot mam I have a query that u mentioned fundamental rights are between article 12-35 , bt here u have classified them from 14-32 only ? Some other rights are also there ?
Ma'am u said that if Parliament wants to make right to health a fundamental right then they will require a special majority but right to health is an interpretation of Article 21 given by Supreme Court so it is a fundamental right already . Is it correct ?
Thank you Mam your teaching style is simple to grasp the topic.
Welcome Omkar
Thanks Nishant

  2. STATUTORY RIGHTS Vs CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS Statutory Rights Constitutional Rights Rights guaranteed by the Rights guaranteed by the Statute Constitution Framed by a simple majority Framed by a special majority

  3. FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS Vs OTHER CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS Fundamental Rights Other Constitutional Rights ioned in Part IIl Mentioned outside Part IlI (Articles 12 to 35) of the Constitution of the Constitution

  4. FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS Vs OTHER LEGAL RIGHTS Fundamental Rights Case of violation can be filed directly in Supreme Court Supreme Court is constitutionally bound to accept the case Other Legal Rights Case of violation cannot be filed directly in Supreme Court High Court may or may not admit the case

  5. SIGNIFICANCE OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS 1. Separately listed under Part III 2. Indispensable for achieving the aims and aspirations of the constitution enshrined in the Preamble 3. Can be amended by a special majority only 4. Supreme Court is the custodian of Fundamental Rights

  6. CLASSIFICATION OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS 1. Rights to Equality (Articles 14 to 18) 2. Rights to Freedom (Articles 19 to 22) 3. Rights against exploitation (Articles 23 and 24) 4. Rights to freedom of religion (Articles 25 to 28) 5. Cultural and Educational Rights (Articles 29 and 30) 6. Right to Constitutional Remedies (Article 32)

  7. RIGHT TO PROPERTY Part of Fundamental Rights in the original Constitution Enshrined under Articles 19 (1) (f) and 31 of Part IlI removed from Part Ill by the 44th Constitutional - - Amendment Act 1978 and inserted under Article 300 A