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(Part 2) Features and Characteristics of the Fundamental Rights (in Hindi).
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Let's discuss some features of the Fundamental Rights.

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Rahul Agrawal
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Thnksssss a lot sir!!! M&A is one of the trikiest part in arithmetic section and u hv covered it well
which rights doesn't have reasonable restrictions with them then they would be absolute for example Art 29???
u are funny too..videos m itne ho real m ptani kaise honge sir ap

  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. Many more to come... Whoa! That's great, aren't you excited?

  4. 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

  5. Characteristics and features of fundamental rights 1) FR's are meant for promoting the ideal of political democracy. > HOW? Doubt destroyer A democracy aims at maximum Development of its citizen's personality, the development is not possible without giving citizens liberty. > RIGHTS 2) FR's are guaranteed by the constitution to all persons without any discrimination. R,R,C S, P R. AGRAWAL

  6. 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

  7. Characteristics and features of fundamental rights 5) FR's are justiciable You can go to the courts if FR's are violated FR's are defended and guaranteed by the supreme court If your FR's are violated you can directly go to supreme court R. AGRAWAL

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. 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