Civics

The right to constitutional remedies in India is available to ________________.


ANSWER

all persons in case of infringement of any fundamental right


SOLUTION
Option B is the correct answer. The right to constitutional remedies in India is available to all persons in case of infringement of any fundamental right. Right to constitutional remedies is covered from Article 32 to 35 in the Indian Constitution. It empowers the citizens to move to a court of law in case of any denial of the fundamental rights.
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