Indian Constitution, some rights which are fundamental to our life are given a
special status. These are called Fundamental Rights.
The Preamble to our Constitution talks about securing for all its
citizens equality, liberty and
justice. Fundamental Rights put this promise into effect.
Fundamental Rights are considered essential for the overall
development of a person. Sometimes, even elected government may not protect these
rights of their own citizens. That is why some rights need to be placed higher
than the government, so that the government can not violate these.
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