What should be our conception of fundamental rights?.....we want to incorporate every one of these rights which our people want to get".
Yes, I completely agree with Somnath Lahiri's views. A police constable keeps vigil on the unlawful activities and helps in maintaining law and order in the society. Most of the fundamental risks have been framed in this framework. There would be violation and then remedial order by the courts. These rights do not include more substantive rights like the Right to adequate livelihood, equal pay for equal work (for men andwomen), Right against economic exploitation, Right to work (only partly made justiciable) etc. Hence a very few of the rights have been conceded idealy every one of those rights which our people want should be incorporated.
C.The rights given and protected by theConstitution.
(a) Only children belonging to the minority group that has opened educational institution can study there.
(b) Government schools must ensure that children of the minority groups will be introduced to their belief and culture.
(c) Linguistic and religious minorities can open schools for their children and keep it reserved for them.
(d) Linguistic and religious minorities can demand that their children must not study in any educational institution except those managed by their own community.
So linguistic and religious minorities can open schools for their children and keep it reserved for them. It is a correct interpretation.
(a) Overweight male cabin crew are allowed to get promotion in the national airlines but their women colleagues who gain weight are penalised.
(b) A director make's documentary film that criticises the policies of the government.
(c) People displaced by a big dam take out rally demanding rehabilitaiton.
(d) Andhra Society runs Telugu mediumschools outside Andhra Pradesh.
(a) Overweight male cabin crew are allowed to get promotion in the national airlines but their women colleagues who gain weight are penalized. In this situation the right to equality is violated. As in the Right to Equality. It is mentioned that all the citizens are considered equal in all aspects of life. Nobody should be discriminated against on the basis of sex, caste,creed and colour, etc.
(b) A director makes a documentary film that criticises the policies of the government. In this situation the freedom of expression is being used.
(c) People displaced by a big dam take outrally demanding rehabilitation. Though in our constitution the right to reside and settle in anypart of India is given to the citizens in Right to Freedom. People have to right to take out rally. But the government can maintain law and order, impose some restrictions on such rally. Inthis case central and educational rights are being violated.
(d) All linguistic minorities can set up their own educational institutions to preserve and develop their own culture. Thus the Andhra Society has every right to run Telugu medium schools outside Andhra Pradesh.