Human Rights Protection in India: Women, Children and Prisoners

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Dr. Indu Bharti Jain, Dr. Brijendra Singh Yadav


The most fundamental and significant rights, often known as human rights, are available to everyone. Given that they are bestowed at birth, these rights are unalienable. Many individuals believe that human dignity and human rights are intertwined, making it hard to completely appreciate human dignity without first understanding human rights. Suppressing human rights would undermine their extent, reach, vigour, and vitality because they are broad notions. Because of this, despite being recognized on a worldwide basis, human rights are not only protected by one body of law but also by numerous Indian laws and the Indian Constitution. We'll examine a few of the laws and provisions of the Indian Constitution that safeguard women's, children's, and prisoners' rights in this post.

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