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Equal Rights As Citizens (In Hindi)
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In this lesson, we talk about equal rights as citizens, and how India ensures equality among all its citizens

Lavanya Kapoor
Pursuing B.El.Ed from DU. Happy reader! Occasional gyaani :)

Unacademy user
Q.no4(2nd slide):low humidity not low immunity sir,it's not that it was typing error,while delivering the lecture also you are saying that "low immunity is a factor " WE ARE MORE SERIOUS FOR OUR EXAM,PLEASE DELIVER CORRECT FACT
Salman khan Ka example dena jaruri nhi tha Yaha.. ap koi aur dusra example de skti thi... Hit and run dikha.. ek example m 'Being Human' to nhi bataya to nhi dikha kya???
Janhvi Singh
10 months ago
sorry if I said something wrong... but it is the truth
Amresh kumar
8 months ago
u r wrong janhvi....apradhi koi v ho ...wo chahe salman ho ya shahrukh ho...punishment honi chahiye......ek baar apradh kark fir kitna bhi "being human" kro koi fayda nhi....wo log laut k wapis to nhi aayenge n unke being human campain se???
Gazala ashraf
5 months ago
sahi kaha amresh kumar g ne
p- protection o- of c- children s- sexual o- offence
👍👍👍(posco) protection of children from sexual offence act 2012
👍👍👍(posco) protection of children from sexual offence act 2012
pocso act is protection of children from sexual offences act 2012
  1. Equal rights as citizens

  2. ABOUT ME &Lavanya Kapoor Pursuing Bachelors of Elementary Education from LSR, Delhi University Love to talk to people and know more about them IN PERSON *Have a passion for teaching &Currently quite averse to social media Follow me on Unacademy

  3. The citizens of India enjoy equality of rights Citizenship is directly related to, and dependant on, rights, duties, freedom, equality and justice This means that everyone can enjoy the Fundamental Rights of India without any discrimination

  4. Can all the citizens be equal? It is not possible that all the citizens of a country have an equal socio- economic status country which values its citizens would WORK TOWARDS equality of ights and status of all the citizens However, if in a country all citizens are not visibly of equal status, then it does not mean that the citizens are not equal

  5. te ensures equality o ow sta rights for its citizens f It is very important that we study the cases in which the equality of citizens was threatened It is also crucial that we study how the government worked to give equal status to them

  6. Awareness of rights It is the duty of the State to make its citizens AWARE of their rights Many of us do not even know about our fundamental rights This awareness is crucial because it gives a sense of belongingness to the citizens of the country

  7. As of today, many sections of the society are becoming increasingly aware of their rights as citizens Even the slum dwellers, who are considered illiterate' and 'unaware' are becoming well aware of their rights The hit-and-run case of Salman Khan is a prime example of how the slum dwellers understood their rights and fought for them in the court It is a shame that they could not get the justice they deserved

  8. Salman Khan acquitted of all charges in hit-and-run case

  9. The exclusiveness of the tribals and forest dwellers The tribal people do not want to URBANIZE and mix with the rest of the population They have their own culture, which they wish to preserve However, they are still the citizens of India So, the Indian Government has made SPECIAL PROVISIONS for some of the tribals and forest dwellers Such provisions help them PRESERVE their culture

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  11. The dilemma of the Government The areas in which However, there are serious implications of such privacy for these tribes live have a huge potential for tourist industry these tribes Also, may natural resources are found in these areas, which can give a huge boost to the Indian economy So, the Government has to constantly juggle between maintaining the privacy of the tribal people and not missing out the opportunities as well

  12. Olga Telis against Bombay Municipal Corporation (1985) The SC understood that in India, many people do not have houses to live in. So, they have no choice but to live on pavements Under Article 21 of the Constitution, the SC reiterated the Right to livelihood, and said that ALTERNATE ACCOMMODATION has to be provided to the pavement dwellers if they are being evacuated In this case, the petitioner had filed a case for the rights of the slum dwellers

  13. For instance, in India, the However, recently, the Supreme These are differential policies punishment for raping is only in the rarest of the rare penalty Court passed an Act, approving someone is not death penalty. Itdeath penalty for anyone who but they are suited for the times, as the crimes against children are increasing at a steep pace cases that a person gets deathapesacdeo age. 1

  14. Centre approves death penalty for rape of children below 12 years under POCSO Act. All about the amendment

  15. T.H. Marshall on Citizenship Marshall summarized the status of citizens in his book 'Citizenship and Social Class' He said that the citizenship involves political, social and civil rights This is the backbone of citizenship today

  16. "Citizenship is a status bestowed on those who are full members of a community. All who possess the status are equal with respect to the rights and duties with which the status is endowed" -T.H. Marshall