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Fundamental Rights available to the Foreigners, Concept of Positive and negative Rights(In Hindi)
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Do you know fundamental rights are also available to the Foreigners?

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foreigners are not given rights under article 15, which means there is no prohibition on discrimation , if ever doone to foreign nationals?
Rahul Agrawal
8 months ago
Yeah at least on theory
why elementary education added in 21A and not in 22 article??
If foreigners ke FR violate huatho, are they directly #SC ko jasakte kya??
Anamika Gautam
10 months ago
yes under article 32
Anamika Gautam
10 months ago
yes under article 32
Anamika Gautam
10 months ago
yes under article 32
Alikhan Patan
10 months ago
Constitutional remedies , for forigers also...
Anamika Gautam
10 months ago
yes
Alikhan Patan
10 months ago
Can u send me that article,, i couldn't find it.
sir negative toh gov Mai k lie hua na.... for common citizen equality before law is positive right. isn't it? plz answer
Rahul Agrawal
a year ago
yes
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Tanvi Choudhary
9 months ago
sir discrimination wala right foreigners ko kyu nai mila?
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  3. 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


  4. Doubt Destroyer country may be restricted on grounds that cares pending against him In court AB Right to move freely throughout the IIa person is likely to abscond From criminal l R. AGRAWAL


  5. Q - What is the meaning of Negative fundamental rights?? 1) Positivity or negativity of the rights depends on what they 2) If a particular right enables or empowers you to meant to do do something, or give a certain privilege to you then it's a positive right Example-1) Right to freedom 2) Right to religious freedom etc. 3) On the other hand if a particular light place limitations on the state's authority then it's a negative right It places obligation on the governing authority POSITIVE RIGHTS FOR NEGATIVE RIGHTS- FOR R. AGRAWAL


  6. Q) Are fundamental rights available only to the citizens? A) No Doubt destroyer Ol Ththeyasio available to foreigners? A) Yes Really!! How!! on Apart from articles (15,16,19,29,30) rest all are available to both citizens and foreigners (except enemy aliens? RIGHTS R. AGRAWAL


  7. List of FR's available only to citizens 1) Prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex, or place of birth (Article 15) Equality of opportunity in matters of public employment (Article 16) Protection of six rights regarding freedoms of 2) 3) Speech and expression, Assembly, Association Movements, Residence and Profession (Article 19) 4) Protection of language, script and culture of minorities (Article 29) R. AGRAWAL 5) Rights of minorities to establish and administer educational institution (Article 30)


  8. List of Fundamental Rights available to both citizens and foreigners 1) Equality before law and equal protection of laws (Article 14) 2) Protection in respect of conviction for offences (Article 20) 3) Protection of life and personal liberty (Article 21) 4) Rights to elementary education (Article 21A) 5) Protection against arrest and detention in certain cases(Article 22) 6) Prohibition of traffic in human beings and forced labour(Article 23) 7) Prohibition of employment of children in factories etc. (Article 24) 8) Freedom of conscience and free profession, practice and propagation of religion (Article 25) 9) Freedom to manage religious affairs (Article 26) 10) Freedom from payment of taxes for promotion of any religion (Article 27) 11) Freedom from attending religious instruction or worship in certain educational institution (Article 28) R. AGRAWAL


  9. AB All Fundamental Rights At A Glance R. AGRAWAL


  10. 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


  11. Right to freedom (Article 19-22): a) Protection of six rights regarding freedoms of Speech and expression Assembly, Association, Movements Residence and Profession (Article 19) b) Protection in respect of conviction for offences (Article 20) Protection of life and personal liberty (Article 21) Rights to elementary education (Article 21A) Protection against arrest and detention in certain cases (Article 22) c) d) e) R. AGRAWAL


  12. Right to freedom of religion (Article25-28): a) Freedom of conscience and free profession , practice and propagation of religion (Article 25) b) Freedom to manage religious affairs (Article 26) c) Freedom from payment of taxes for promotion of any religion (Article 27) d) Freedom from attending religious instruction or worship in certain educational institution (Article 28) R. AGRAWAL


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