Right to Constitutional Remedy is the 'heart and soul' of the Indian
Constitution the following ways
(i) When any of our rights is violated, we can seek remedy through courts.
If it is a fundamental right, we can directly approach the Supreme Court or the
High Court of the state.
(ii) If any act of legislature or executive takes away or
limits any of the fundamental rights, it will be invalid. We can challenge such
laws of the central or the State Government in the court of law.
(iii) The Supreme Court and the High Courts have the power
to issue directions, orders or writs for the enforcement of the Fundamental
(iv) Rights to Constitutional Remedies makes other rights
effective. This right is the guardian of other rights.
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