Polity Quiz 18th Jan 2017

By: D.K Choudhary

  • In which part of Indian constitution fundamental rights are given. –     Part- III
  • In Indian constitution, Supreme court of india and High Court have been conferred the power of ‘Judicial Review’ On the basis of : – Article 13
  • Who is the protector of fundamental rights? –                                                                         Judiciary
  • Who is the protector of fundamental rights enshrined in the constitution of india?      –                   Supreme Court and High Court
  • Constitution of which of the country mothnated India. –US.A.
  • The fundamental rights in Indian constitution: –             The part of original Constitution
  • According to Indian constitution the right to life is:                – Fundamental Rights
  • Fundamental rights in Indian constitution are guaranteed to: -Indian Citizen
  • Fundamental raghts are not available to: –                                                           -Foreigners
  • A citizen of Britain Living in india cannot claim: –                                              – Statutory Right
  • Can be enforced by court : –Fundamental Rights
  • Some of the fundamental rights are not available to the armed forces, it is decided by: –   Parliament

About D.K Chaudhary

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