Civics

"Right to livelihood" is a part of ____________.


ANSWER

Right to life


SOLUTION
The right to livelihood is a part of the right to life guaranteed under article 21 of the constitution and as interpreted by the supreme court, the right to livelihood adds meaning to sustain life with dignity. It is closely mixed up with the right to life that snatching a person of the right to livelihood is denying him the right to live.
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