A CRITICAL STUDY ON CORRELATION BETWEEN FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND FUNDAMENTAL DUTIES WITH SPECIFIC EMPHASIS ON THEIR EXECUTION
AbstractRights and duties are two phases of the same thing. Rights are considered to be essential for the expansion of human personality. They offer to the individual a sufficient scope for free action and thus prepare ground for self- development. Duties are defined as moral obligation to all citizens to help and promote a spirit of patriotism and to uphold the unity of India. Fundamental rights and duties are like to two sides of a coin, absolutely inseparable whenever and wherever we have any rights, we must have corresponding duties. Let us be very clear that there can be no rights without an equal measure of corresponding duties. As a citizen of democratic country, we all are privileged to have some fundamental rights but apart from these rights we also have fundamental duties which we regularly talk about. We always harp on our rights where ever we can and neglect the duties. We generally have. As a citizen of our country, we enjoy the rights of privileged citizen and often we complain of the government’s inability to provide services similarly in an organization, as an employee or a student in an institution, we complain about inadequacies of the system but when it comes to our duty for the nation or institute, most of the times we are not aware to all. For instance, as a responsible citizen, we have the duty of protecting the public properties, which we do not hesitate to destroy while protesting or demanding our rights. Everyone has a duty to be a responsible citizen. So, we need to know and learn our rights and duties for the welfare of the society and the country. Keywords: Fundamental rights, Fundamental duties, correlation, development, growth, enforcement, uplift the dignity, inadequacy.
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Suman Surela. (1). A CRITICAL STUDY ON CORRELATION BETWEEN FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND FUNDAMENTAL DUTIES WITH SPECIFIC EMPHASIS ON THEIR EXECUTION. International Journal Of Innovation In Engineering Research & Management UGC APPROVED NO. 48708, EFI 5.89, WORLD SCINTIFIC IF 6.33, 10(1), 41-44. Retrieved from http://journal.ijierm.co.in/index.php/ijierm/article/view/1256