Fundamental Rights

Aishwarya Sandeep

The fundamental rights in the Constitution are given in Part 3 of the Constitution from Article 12 to Article 35. Fundamental rights are the rights which are granted by any country to its citizens. The Fundamental Rights are taken from the United States’ Constitution. These are the basic rights which are given to every citizen. Part 3 of the Constitution is also regarded as Magna Carta of the Constitution. The rights are for the moral development, political development, economic development and social development of a person.

Rights are mainly of two types which are guaranteed rights and non-guaranteed rights. Guaranteed rights are the rights which every citizen is been given by birth. These rights can be enforced by every citizen. Non-guaranteed rights are the rights which are written in the Constitution but are not guaranteed to be provided by the Government. These rights are not necessarily given to every citizen.

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