Fundamental Rights are rights provided by Constituion of India. Some of these rights are available to everyone that is to citizen and non citizens, however there are few rights which are avialable only to citizens of India. Following are the Fundamental Rights provided by Indian Constitution
Right to Equality — Articles 14 to 18
Right to Freedom — Articles 19 to 22
Right against Exploitation — Articles 23 and 24
Right to Freedom of Religion — Articles 25 to 28
Cultural and Educational Rights — Articles 29 and 30
Right to Constitutional Remedies — Articles 32
These Fundamental Rights are not absolute and reasonable restriction can be imposed on these rights.
DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY
Part IV of Indian Constitution provides Directive Principles of State Policy. These principals are only guidelines which are provided to the Government of India and can not be enforced like Fundamental Rights.
Article 51A of Indian Constituion imposes the fundamental duties on every citizen of India. In case of Surya Narain v. Union of India it was held that Fundamental duties can’t be enforced by writs.
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