9th Class Social Science Democratic Rights Question Bank Long Answer Type Questions - Democratic Rights

  • question_answer Explain any four Fundamental Rights which are granted by the Indian Constitution to all Indian citizens. What can a citizen do if these rights are violated?

    Answer:

    Four Fundamental Rights are (a) Right to Equality. Every citizen has been given equal protection under law. Untouchability has been made an offence punishable by law. Equality has been guaranteed to every citizen without any discrimination on grounds of religion, caste, creed or sex. (b) Right Against Exploitation. Begar or bonded labour has been abolished. The Constitution has banned trafficking in women and children and the employment of children under 14 years in hazardous occupations. (c) Cultural and Educational Rights. The Constitution grants freedom to every community to pursue and protect its language, culture and script. It also allows it to establish educational institutions of its own. (d) Right to Freedom of Religion. Every person has a right to preach, practice and profess any religion. All religions are equal before the law. There is no state religion. The citizen can appeal to the courts if his/her rights are violated in any way.


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