Constitutional Provisions Of Human Rights In India

Braham Parkash


All human beings are equal in dignity and rights by birth. Therefore, nobody has any right to practice social discrimination in any society. Actually human rights are commonly considered as inalienable fundamental rights to which a person is inherently and entitled being a human being. India being a diverse country with its multi-cultural, multi-ethnic and multi-religious population needs to ensure effective implementation of human rights in the changing global scenario. The present topic is a burning issue today and it is very important for developing countries like India. The experience of last five decades in the area of human rights has become a matter of deep concern due to violation of human rights in different ways. However, India has constituted Human Rights Commission in 1993, nevertheless we can’t ignore the fact that still there are some drawbacks in the implementation of human rights in India. The present research paper highlights some important constitutional provisions of human rights in India.        

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