This book, by an erudite scholar, makes a high-profile study of the interrelationship of Fundamental Rights in our Constitution indicating the parallel streams and cross-currents of those Rights and how they enrich others besides the jurisprudential and constitutional foundation of such interrelationship and showing how it fulfils India’s commitment to social and economic justice, multiculturalism and democracy. A very interesting and distinguished contribution to our constitutional literature invaluable to judges, lawyers and laymen and research scholars too.
Key Features :
• Fundamental rights and their relationship inter-se
• Right to dignified life and personal liberty
• Parallel streams and cross-currents of fundamental rights enriching each other
• Fundamental rights and duties