'India is the only country in the world where, in the States which are governed by the Communist party, human rights are fully respected-and that is only because the Bill of Rights is firmly entrenched in our national Constitution. We can proudly say that our Constitution gave us a flying start and equipped us adequately to meet the challenges of the future.'
Which of the following conclusions is not implied by the passage above?
Communist states often do not respect human rights.
The entrenchment of the Bill of Rights is what ensures that even Communist-governed states respect human rights.
The Indian Constitution prepared India for the challenges of independence.
Communist states never respect human rights.
Asked in: Civics - Constitutional Design
1 Verified Answer | Published on 15th 09, 2020