Significance and Challenges of Human Rights: Role of Indian Government to Achieve the Goals Envisaged by Constitution

  • Anirudh Modi and Upasana Singh
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  • Anirudh Modi

    Student at Maharishi University of Information technology, Noida, U.P, India

  • Upasana Singh

    Student at Shoolini University, Solan Himachal Pradesh, India

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Government is an institution that has a union of ministers who make laws for the country and fulfill the needs of the country. A country that is vast and diverse also has unlimited expectation from all groups of people. They need a government to work to fulfilling those expectations and for the proper functioning of government, there must be a constitution. Every constitution has some goal like elevating poverty, bringing equality in the society, everyone getting a chance to be prosperous, civil rights to citizens, keeping all people united, all religions coexisting peacefully, etc. All these expectations are fulfilled by the Indian constitution which is a strong and written constitution. Indian constitution has three main pillar's legislatures (which make laws), the Executive (who implement laws), and Judiciary (which look at the proper implementation and give verdicts and establish truth). Among all these pillars, the legislature gives a platform where people’s voices are raised for their benefit and their welfare. Indian parliament is divided into three parts i.e., President, Rajya Sabha (indirectly elected by the people), and Lok Sabha (directly elected by the people). The people of India cast their votes and form a government. This Government makes laws and rules for the welfare of the people. Here, the role of government comes out to fulfill the needs of the people. This research is done to find out whether the Indian government is working towards the goals envisaged in the constitution. We also find out some data where the government did well, somewhere doing good, but we also found some blackness in providing civil and economic rights. In the research, we tried to find out solutions that the Indian government has to achieve. We covered national and international issues, problems, and their solutions to human rights.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 6, Page 3501 - 3514


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