Thursday, 8 December 2016

India In Shambles

Our Fundamental and Socio-economic Rights
They are provided in Part III and Part IV of the Constitution and may be broadly defined as;

  • economic freedom,
   - Liberty,
   - Dignity,
   - equal status and opportunity, and
   - fraternity

The government of the land must create means and avenues (opportunities) to fulfil these requirements for “Self Determination” and “Self Empowerment” of the people to earn their living in a “natural and dignified way”. Such that they are not dependent on reliefs and hand-outs.

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