Civics

Which of the following is not a feature of Fundamental Rights in India?


ANSWER

They are absolute in nature


SOLUTION
They are not the absolute in nature. They are subject to reasonable restrictions. They strike a balance between individual liberty and social Security. But the reasonable restrictions are subject to Judicial review. 
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