The Fundamental Rights guaranteed by the Indian Constitution are discussed below.
Right to Equality This right secures equality before the law, social equality, and equality of opportunity in public employment.
Right to freedom: This right secures freedom of speech and expression, assembly, association, movement, residence and the right to practice and profession or to carry on any occupation, trade or business.
Right against Exploitation This right forbids slave traffic in human beings and beggar or any other form of forced labor. But the State can enforce compulsory military training or military and industrial conscription.
Right to freedom of Religion India being a country with followers of so many religions, the Constitution guarantees freedom of religion. It is intended to allow everyone to entertain any notions about his Maker, to determine his duties towards Him and to exhibit his sentiments in such form, of worship as he may think proper, not injurious to the equal rights of others all subject to public order, morality and health.
_ Cultural and Educational Rights: it provides any section of the citizens residing in the territory of India or any part thereof having a distinct language, script or culture of its own, the right to conserve the some.
Right to Property: This right has been repealed by the Constitution (Forty-Fourth Amendment) Act of 1978 with effect from June 20,1979.
Right to Constitutional Remedies: It guarantees the right to move the Supreme Court for the enforcement of fundamental rights. This right can, however, be suspended during the operation of a proclamation of emergency by the President