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Fundamental Rights in Indian Polity (in Hindi)
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Fundamental rights in Indian polity

Kartikey Choudhary is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Kartikey Choudhary
I am a law graduate and have been teaching and mentoring NDA and Cds aspirants from the past 4 yrs. Qualified NDA and Cds

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in PYQ one question is related to expectancy digram method .In this which scholar theory will be applied
civil rights are protected by means of writs such as hebeas corpus, mandamus, certiorari,and quo warranto. sir please explain it
sir the fundamental rights , right to property removes from fundamental rights which is added in which article
It was removed by 44 Amendment Act !
sir ya polity ka course NDA 1 2019 tak khatam ho jayga??
yes . kindly share with your friends and support.
Sir Ncert padne ki jarurat hai kya for cds

  2. ABOUT MYSELF I'm a law graduate I have been mentoring NDA and CDS candidates from many years I have cleared NDA as well as CDS exam many times e I have been teaching General Science from the past 4years to NDA as well as CDS candidates

  3. FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS 1. Fundamental rights are embodied in part 3 of the Constitution . 2. There were 7 fundamental rights which include - right to freedom , right to equality , right freedom of speech and expression , right against exploitation , right to freedom of religion , cultural and educational rights and right to property but right to property was removed from part 3 of the Constitution by 44 amendment 3. Fundamental rights guarantee civil rights and and prevent the state from violating the individual rights 4. They act as limitations on the power on legislature and executive

  4. LIMITATIONS 1. Fundamental rights are not absolute and are subject to certain reasonable restrictions necessary for public interest. e 2. Fundamental rights could be amended e 3. Fundamental rights can be altered through two-third majority of each house of Parliament. 4. Article 33 deals with fundamental rights to members of the Indian Armed forces

  5. 1. Fundamental rights apply universally to all citizens irrespective of the race , place of the birth , religion ,caste and gender 2. The Indian penal code prescribes punishments for violation of fundamental rights 3. Civil rights are protected by means of writs such as hebeas corpus , mandamus , certiorari , and quo warranto