Fundamental Rights are enshrined in the Constitution of India in:



[ A ]    Part I
[ B ]    Part III right
[ C ]    Part IV
[ D ]    Part V
Answer : Option B
Explanation :
The Part III of the Constitution of India gives a detailed description on a charter of rights called the fundamental Rights'. These fundamental rights guarantee civil freedom to all the citizens of India to allow them to live in peace and harmony. These are the basic rights that every Indian citizen has the right to enjoy, irrespective of their caste, creed and religion, place of bi rth, race, col or or gender. These f undament al ri ghts i ncl ude Ri ght to Equality, Right to Freedom, Right to Freedom of Religion, Cultural and Education Rights, Ri ght agai nst Expl oi t ati on, Ri ght to Constitutional Remedies, etc.

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