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Analysis On Fundamental Duties Of Indian Citizens Under The Indian Constitution

Geeta Parvinder Gautam, Shree L.R. Tiwari College of Law


Doctrinal studies approach has been used to examine the essential responsibilities of the Indian citizen as stated within the Indian charter are being interpreted by using the Judiciary inside the same spirit with which they were introduced. The examiner is an exploratory evaluation, in the main qualitative in nature. An intensive study of the present literature turned into performed. Diverse case laws articles, books, committee reviews and Acts had been studied and analyzed to very well take a look at the intricacy of fundamental duties. The case laws integrated within the dissertation are the ones which intricately deal with the dimension of essential duties and herein, all the prevailing files referring to the look at are analyzed in depth. We have certain obligations and rights as citizens of India. The responsibility of every citizen is to abide by means of the laws and perform his/her responsibilities. A person needs to constantly be aware of his/her essential duties. Eleven fundamental duties are laid down through the Indian constitution. The essential duties and essential rights are inseparable and two aspects of equal coin. Each citizen must observe the fundamental obligations. But until human beings recognize the fundamental obligations, they cannot observe essential obligations. The unawareness about fundamental duties among residents in India is principal hassle. The hassle isn't always handiest limited to illiterate individuals. The literate and educated peoples are unaware about their fundamental responsibilities. Therefor the researcher in gift paper made a try to recognize the notice of essential responsibilities amongst special category of literate humans The researcher on the basis of findings concludes that there is want of more focus among peoples for observation of essential responsibilities, else obligations are simply remaining show pieces.

Keywords: Awareness, Fundamental duties Article 51-A; Constitution of India; Fundamental Duties.


Indian Journal of Law and Legal Research

Abbreviation: IJLLR

ISSN: 2582-8878


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