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Fundamental Duties Are Not Enforceable Via Writ Of Court Like Fundamental Rights

Fundamental Duties Are Not Enforceable Via Writ Of Court Like Fundamental Rights But They Are Fundamental To Well-Being Of Society And Individuals

Suryank Pratap Singh, BA LLB, Christ University


This paper discusses the various fundamental rights and duties as given under the constitution of India. It adds on how fundamental duties are not enforceable by law but are very key to the development of the individuals and society in terms of uniting, promoting and generating national values towards the country as citizens of the country. In addition, I have briefly touched upon the origin and nature of Fundamental Duties. I have also given a brief about the history of those duties and responsibilities and a case for the same.

Keywords: Fundamental rights, Fundamental duties, guaranteed, supposed, Constitution of India, Article 32, Article 226, Fundamental rights, writs, Article 51A, Fundamental duties.


Indian Journal of Law and Legal Research

Abbreviation: IJLLR

ISSN: 2582-8878


Accessibility: Open Access

License: Creative Commons 4.0

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