A Critical Study Of Right To Equality Under Indian Constitution With Judicial Decision
Keywords:Right to equality, Equality before Law , Constitution with Judicial Decisions
For writing this research paper null hypothecation are taken and critical approach and study done. In this present scenario Right to Equality under Indian Constitution are given Art. 14 to 18.Every person is equal under Indian Constitution and he should be treated equally and non-discrimination on the basis of religion, caste, race, place of birth. But state government can make special provision for women and children, scheduled caste, scheduled tribes and backward classes. In Indian constitution there is some provision for upliftment for Scheduled tribe, scheduled caste, backward classes, women and children so there is flexibility in Right to Equality provision. This is very important articles of Indian Constitution.
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