Good Morning everyone, Today I am going to share my views on the topic “Fundamental rights”.
Fundamental rights are those that support a nation’s citizens in their development. In India, part III of the Constitution contains a statement of fundamental rights. These rights aid in the social advancement of those from lower socioeconomic classes.
The six fundamental rights are the Right to equality, Right to freedom, Right against exploitation, Right to freedom of religion, Right to culture and education, Right to constitutional remedy.
These fundamental rights can be suspended by the government during an emergency condition in the nation.
In the absence of fundamental rights, a man’s existence would be worthless. So, the political institution’s role and responsibility mainly emphasized on empowering the people, especially the minorities to live in dignity with rights of equality, dignity and religious freedom.