Comparative Study Of Fundamental Rights In India And USA
By J. Nissha, School Of Excellence In Law, Dr. Ambedkar Law University.*
In today's world, fundamental rights are necessary, and each person has rights that make his or her life easier. The rights that are granted to an individual by the constitution are what constitute a person's fundamental right. The fundamental rights of people in two nations, India and the United States of America, will be discussed in this paper. There will be a discussion about how both countries ensure that the country's laws are properly enforced and understand the needs of its citizens. There will be a discussion about how India and the United States of America share fundamental rights. The few rights that exist in the two nations are also going to be the subject of discussion. Understanding the differences between the two major democracies in the world is the primary objective of this paper.
Keywords: Fundamental Rights; Freedom; America; India.
* The author is a second-year Law student pursuing School Of Excellence In Law, Dr. Ambedkar Law University.