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Right to Constitutional Remedy: Significance of Article 32
Nirmalendu Bikash Rakshit
Economic and Political Weekly
Vol. 34, No. 34/35 (Aug. 21 - Sep. 3, 1999), pp. 2379-2381
Published by: Economic and Political Weekly
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4408327
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A mere enumeration of rights, even if it is meticulously worded is not enough. What is needed is a provision for its enforcement, an avenue for redressal. Article 32 of the Indian Constitution enshrines this provision whereby individuals may seek redressal for the violation of their fundamental rights.
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