QUESTIONS ON FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS
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The Constitutional allows preventive detention but stipulates
I. that no one should be detained beyond three months unless an Advisory Board authorises detention beyond that period
II. that the grounds for detention should be conveyed to the detenu before arresting him
III. that the detained person must be produced before the nearest magistrate within a period of 24 hours of his arrest Codes:Correct
What was the main judgement of the Supreme Court regarding Parliament’s right to amend the Fundamental Rights in the Kesavananda Bharati vs Union of India case?Correct
The Right to equalityCorrect
Which of the following pairs is not correctly matched?Correct
A socialistic ideology is reflected in the Directive Principle, which calls forCorrect
Which one of the following Fundamental Rights is guaranteed only to the citizens of India and not to the foreigners living in India?Correct
Which statement/s is/are not correct regarding the Fundamental Rights?
1) Some of these rights are not available to the Armed Forces
2) They are automatically suspended when any emergency is proclaimed by the President
3) The President alone can decide upon modifying their application to the Armed Forces
4) They cannot be amended as they form the basic feature of the ConstitutionCorrect
Consider the following statements:
1. Article 22 provides for protection against arrest and detention in certain cases.
2. Article 29 provides for protection of interest of minorities.
3. Article 21 provides for protection of life and personal liberty.
4. Article 12 comes under Part III- Fundamental Rights and defines “state”.
Which of the above statement is correct?Correct
Consider the following statements
1. Untouchability is defined is the constitution:
2. A person convicted of the offence of untouchability is disqualifies for the elections to the parliament or state legislature.
Which of the above statements is/are correct?Correct
According to Articles 12 and 36, the term State, apart from the Government of India includes which of the following?
1. The Parliament of India—————2. The State Legislatures
3. Panchayats—————————-4. Municipality BoardsCorrect
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