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CLASS VIII POLITY : PUBLIC FACILITIES BY CHARU MODI
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WATER AS PART OF THE FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT TO LIFE The Constitution of India recognizes the right to water as being a part of the Right to Life under Article 21 There should be universal access to wa ter. PUBLIC FACILITIES healthcare and sanitation, electricity, public transport, schools and colleges o ofta g these public facilities are made available to everyone. no profit to be had Public facilities relate to people's basic needs.
UNION CARBIDE First, the safety laws were lax in India Second, even these weak safety laws were not enforced NEW LAWS TO PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT In Subbab Rumar State of Bih991, the Supreme Court held hat the In Subbash Kumar s. State of Bihar (1991), the Supreme Court held that the Right to Life is a Fundamental Right under Article 21 of the Constitution and it includes the right to the enjoyment of pollution-free water and air for full it includes the right to thie enjoyment of life.