C. Right against exploitation –Articles 23-24
Prohibition of Traffic in human beings and forced Labour
Prohibition of Employment of ChildrenD. Right to freedom of religion-Articles 25 –28
Freedom of Profession and Propagation of Religion
Freedom to Manage Religions Affairs
Freedom from paying taxes for the promotion of any Religion
Freedom to attend or abstain from religious functionsE. Cultural and Educational Rights-Articles 29-30
Right to maintain Language, Script and Culture
Right to establish and administer educational institutionsF. Right to Constitutional Remedies-Articles 32-35
5. What is suspension of Fundamental Rights?
The constitution provides for a suspension of fundamental rights during an emergency.However, such a suspension automatically ends when the emergency ceases or when thePresident withdraws it.
When the President makes a proclamation of emergency under Article 352 the freedoms guaranteed under Article 19 are automatically suspended
.However, an important change has been introduced by the 44th Amendment Act 1978.This Amendment prohibits the suspension of Articles 20 and21 even during a nationalemergency. The President can suspend other Fundamental Rights through specific orders,but these orders must be approved by the Parliament.
6. What is a Writ and what are Types of writs?
As per the Right to Constitutional Remedies-Articles 32-35, A citizen has right to move tothe courts for securing the fundamental rights. Citizens can go to the Supreme Court orthe high Courts for getting their fundamental rights enforced. It empowers the Courts toissue directions or orders or writs for this purpose.Types of Writs:1.
means “to have the body .“ It is in the nature of an order calling upon a