On the occasion of Constitution Day, know about your rights, which no one can take away from you.
On the occasion of Constitution Day, know about your rights, which no one can take away from you.

Today our country is celebrating its 72nd Constitution Day. The Constitution of India was adopted on November 26, 1949, to commemorate which every year 26 November is celebrated as Constitution Day. Let us inform that this Constituent Assembly of independent India became effective after exactly two months i.e. on 26 January 1950.

On this special occasion, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has shared a part of the speech given by Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar while congratulating the countrymen. On this occasion, today we are going to tell you about some such fundamental rights given to every Indian citizen in the Constitution, which no one can take away from you.

right to freedom

  • Every Indian has been given the right to freedom in the Constitution of India. Let us tell you that the citizens of the country have got 6 types of freedom-
  • freedom of speech.
  • Freedom to assemble and assemble peacefully without arms.
  • Freedom to form associations.
  • Freedom to move in any part of the country.
  • Freedom to live in any part of the country.
  • property right.
  • Freedom to run any kind of business and livelihood as per your wish.

right to equality

  • There will be only one law for every citizen of the country. Under this, no person can be discriminated against on the basis of his religion, caste, sex, race etc.
  • All the states of the country will not make any discrimination in giving jobs to all the citizens according to their qualifications. Let us inform that there is a provision of reservation in jobs for the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Backward Classes of the country.

right against exploitation

  • Under this right, horse-trading, bonded labor or any similar work, which is done forcibly, will be considered a punishable offense by any citizen of the country.
  • Any child of the country, whose age is 14 years or less, cannot be made to do any kind of wages. Doing so is a punishable offence.

religious freedom

  • Any citizen of the country can believe and propagate any religion as per his wish.
  • Further, no student shall be compelled to participate in any religious program in the school or other educational institution.

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