Shakti IAS Academy
Significance of Fundamental Rights
In spite of the above criticism and shortcomings, the Fundamental Rights are significant in the following respects:
They constitute the bedrock of democratic system in the country.
They provide necessary conditions for the material and moral protection of man.
They serve as a formidable bulwark of individual liberty.
They facilitate the establishment of rule of law in the country.
They protect the interests of minorities and weaker sections of society.
They strengthen the secular fabric of the Indian State.
They check the absoluteness of the authority of the government.
They lay down the foundation stone of social equality and social justice.
They ensure the dignity and respect of individuals.
They facilitate the participation of people in the political and administrative process.
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