Author: P D MathewPublisher: Indian Social InstituteYear: 1996Language: EnglishPages: 329ISBN/UPC (if available): N/A
This book written in a question-answer form is an attempt to create awareness regarding the fundamental rights and duties and the important judgments related to them. There are certain rights known as fundamental rights which a person possesses as a creature of nature. They are natural rights. They determine other rights. They are fundamental because they enable a person to chalk out his aim of life in the manner he likes best. These rights are incorporated in the Constitutions of different countries.The framers of the constitution of India drawing inspiration from the Bill of Rights of America, incorporated a full chapter of these rights in Pat III of the Constitution of India, which is the Magna Carta and the Superme Law of the Land.