Shishir Kumar Dehury
Lecturer, RHSS, Sanda
The purpose of the paper is vision on the constitution of India is grounded on the principles of the fraternity, liberty, justice and equality. For completing goal, we have taken on a brief study of all the journals and the books which are connected with the necessities of the constitution manifest great esteem for the human dignity, pledge to equality and non-discrimination and, apprehension for the weaker section in the society. Additionally, the constitution makes it compulsory for the Govt. to protect and promote freedoms, and to guarantee every citizen a decent standard of the living. In other words, the Indian Constitution promises the rudimentary human rights to every citizen of India. This article dealt with the general Constitutional Laws of India and the amendments made into the Constitution of India. The article also exposes approximately the schemes for consciousness of the above-mentioned goals are confined in the Fundamental Rights enshrined in Part III and Part IV of the Constitution. “The right to freedom”, “the right against exploitation”, “the right to freedom of religion”, “cultural and educational right”, “right to constitutional remedies” and special necessities connecting to positive classes are some of the constitutional necessities guaranteeing human rights.
Keywords: Constituent Assembly, Adequate Safeguards, Ex-Post Facto Laws, Justifiable.
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR)

Published on : 2022-09-10

Vol : 8
Issue : 9
Month : September
Year : 2022
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