Right to Freedom and Six Basic Freedoms in India

Articles 19 to 22 of the Indian Constitution deal with the different facets of the Fundamental Rights. These four articles form a charter of personal liberties, which provides the backbone of the chapter on Fundamental Rights. Of these, Article 19 is the most important and it may rightly be called the key-article embodying the “basic freedoms” under the Constitution, guaranteed to all citizens.

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