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Which Fundamental Right can be described as the soul and heart of the Constitution?


ANSWER

Right to constitutional remedies


SOLUTION
For the protection of Fundamental Right any person has the right to move to Supreme Court which is according to Article 32 of Constitution of India. It is also known as Right of Constitutional Remedies under which Supreme Court has power to issue writs under Article 32. The High Courts have been given same powers under Article 226.
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