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Democratic rights class 9 civics chapter

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Democratic rights class 9 civics chapter

  1. 1. DEMOCRATIC RIGHTS
  2. 2. The way in which the rights of citizens of Saudi Arabia are neglected or ignored.  Hereditary ruler  King only decides the three organs of the government  Citizens have no right to form association  People don’t have to speech and expression  No right to freedom of religion  No right to women society.  Feathers of rights  Rights should be reasonable.  Rights should be recognized by the society.  Rights should be sanctioned by law.  Need for Rights  In order to form government of the country.  To express our opinion and view.  To protect minorities from exploitation by majority.  We need rights to be placed higher than the government so that the government cannot violate the rights.
  3. 3. RIGHTS IN THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION Rights to Indian citizens are fundamental rights. They are called fundamental rights because- I. They are very essential for both mental and physical development of people. II. If these rights are violated, then one can approach the court to establish it.  Different rights provided in our fundamental rights a) Right to equality i. Rule of law ii. No discrimination on the basis of caste, religion , region, sex etc. iii. Equal access to public places iv. Equal opportunity to get government jobs v. Removal of untouchability b) Right to freedom i. Freedom of speech and expression ii. Freedom to move freely throughout the country iii. Freedom to reside in any part of the country iv. Freedom to assemble in a peaceful manner and freedom to form association v. Freedom to practise any profession or to carry on any occupation vi. Freedom of life or person liberty .right given to a person arrested by
  4. 4. c) Right against exploitation Exploitation prohibited by this right are- I. Traffic in human beings. Traffic means selling and buying men, women or children for immoral purposes. ii. Forced labor or bonded labor/beggary Beggar is a practice where the worker is forced to render services to the master free of charge or at a nominal remuneration. iii. Child labor 1990-YEAR FOR CHILDREN Children right protection act d) Right to freedom of religion I. In India, every religion is equally respected as India is a secular country. II. All are having equal right to profess, practice and propagate his religion. III. No person can force anybody to convert his religion. IV. In educational institutions, a particular religion should not be given importance.
  5. 5. CULTURAL AND EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS a. To protect and consequent own language. b. Right to get admission in educational institutions. c. All minorities have the right to establish and administer their educational institution. d. Right to the minorities.  Right to constitutional Remedies Steps to protect fundamental rights a) To go to the court b) Approach NHRC c) Filea PIL  Expanding scope of rights a) Legal rights  Right to Information  Right to Education  Right to vote b) Human rights  Right to individual dignity  Right to work  Right to social security  Right to live/life c) Right by international covenants d) Specific rights given by the constitution of south Africa e) Constituonal rights.

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