Rights & Duties
NCRIB National Crime Research Intelligence Bureau organisation’s wants to say about the peoples’s own Rights and Duties,The Constitution gives us six fundamental rights. The following are the fundamental rights given by our Constitution.
Right to freedom is an important fundamental right. Every one is free to express his thoughts and ideas through speeches, writing or through newspapers. He is free to criticize and speak against the policies ofthe Government, if he does not agree with them. He is free to move about and carry on any trade or business in any part of India.
The State has no religion. It does not favor any religion. All religions are equal before the law. Every citizen is free to practice, propagate and worship any religion he likes. The State does notinterfere with anybody’s faith.
All citizens are equal before the law. There is no discrimination between the rich and the poor, high or the low. There is no discrimination of caste, creed, religion, sex or place of birth. Every citizen can get the highest office for which he has the ability and the required qualifications.
Every child is tree to receive education in any educational institution without distinction of caste, creed, religion and sex. He is free to receive education up to any level. The minority groups are free to preserve their own language and culture. They are free to give education to their children in any school.
It means nobody can be forced to do work without wages. Nobody can take a beggar. It also prohibits to take work from anybody against his wishes and the children below 18 years of age to work in factories, mines and other risky occupations.
This right is the most important right and protects all the fundamental rights. When someone feels that his fundamental rights are being harmed in any way or he is being denied the fundamental rights, he can approach any court of law to seek justice. Supreme Court is the h1ighest court of the country and is the guardian of our fundamental rights.