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The Constitution of India provides various rights to the citizens of India. One of the most essential rights for the intellectual and moral development of citizens of India are fundamental rights. These rights are mentioned under Part – III of Indian Constitution including rights to equality, right to freedom, right against exploitation, right to freedom of religion, cultural and educational rights and right to constitutional remedies. Merely stating these rights under the constitution and providing them to the citizens of India is not sufficient. It is required that these rights should be protected.

In order to protect these essential rights, Article 32 and Article 226 of the Indian Constitution provides remedies and enforcement of rights mentioned under Part – III. Article 32 and Article 226 provides the right to move to the Supreme Court and the High Court respectively through appropriate proceedings. This right can be availed by any person whose fundamental rights are violated.

  • Writ Petitions & Misc. Representations.

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