Judicial adjudication of socio economic rights: indian perspective
Both, Civil-Political Rights and Socio-Economic Rights find mention in the Indian Constitution. Constitution of India stands as the real safeguard of our freedoms. It represents the basic document on which the whole framework of this “Sovereign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic, Republic” stands. The foundations of this Republic have been laid on the bedrock of justice. The cluster of socio-economic rights represents the hopes and aspirations of millions on which the fabric of this sovereign republic stands.
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