Right to Freedom Approach into the Judicial Thought in India

Vishal Sihag


The growth of civilization begot the formation and growth of state and government. The concept of state differed at different places and for different scholars. The modern civilized societies regard certain rights as important and fundamental for the happier life of the people and the state, that is, the political entity incorporates them in the Constitution so as to make them justiciable. The struggle for freedoms and rights has been ensued in almost all the countries at different times and period of History. The subject of rights is integrally concerned with the concept of freedom. It is the provision of rights with their due enforcement by the State that ensures freedom to a citizen and thereby enables him to seek the best possible development of his personality. History has also shown that freedom is the basic thing that goes to make up the ethos of man and civilization. Without it no one can attain happiness which is the true end of all human beings.

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