1-Fundamental Rights(FRs) are guaranteed under Part III of the Indian Constitution.
2-Original Constitution classified FRs into seven categories but now there are Six.
3-Article 9 describes the persons voluntarily acquiring Citizenship of a foreign State notto be an Indian Citizen.
4-Right to Property is a legal right under the Article 300A.
5–Swaraj Bill Resolution expressed the concept of equality before the law for the first time.
6-The Right to private property was dropped from the list of FRs by the 44th Amendment.
7-[Right to] Property FR has been a subject of maximum controversy and litigation.
8-FRs are not applicable to Armed Forces.
9-By Right to Constitutional Remedies FR other FRs is protected.
10-President is authorized to lay down qualifications to acquire the Citizenship.
11-Article 11 of the Constitution empowers the Parliament to enact the provisions foracquisition and termination of Citizenship.
12-The Right to equality guaranteed by the Indian Constitution does not include Economic Equality.
13-The FRs of the Indian Citizen were enshrined in Original Constitution.
14- ‘Equality before the Law’ implies absence of any privilege in favor of any person.
15- [Right to] Constitutional Remedies FRs was described by Dr. B. R. Ambedkar as the ‘Heart and Soul of the Constitution’.
16-Parliament can abridge any FR without damaging or destroying the basic features of the Constitution.
17-[Right to] Freedom FRs is restrained by the Preventive Detention Act.
18-The Constitutional remedies under the Article 32 can be suspended by the Parliament.
19-Supreme Court is the guardian of the FRs of the citizens.
20-Writs can be issued for the enforcement of FRs by the Supreme Court.
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