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Right to equality of Indians

Indian Law

India is a country of people who have many religions and languages, who together create a nation - such diversity of religion, culture and living conditions is not found in any part of the world. Jan Stuart Mill has described India as a world in a limited area. India is a small world. 

In the Article 25 to 30 of the Constitution, as the historical background of India's partition reveals, it has been said that guaranteeing the security of identified minorities and thus maintaining the integrity of the country. Constitutionalists have called religious minorities Did not think of adding to the list of categories. The Constitution and all its parts demonstrate their commitment to religious, cultural and educational rights. In Article 25 to 30, both the majority of the cultural and religious rights and minorities, have been guaranteed.

The democratic society, which has adopted the right to equality in the form of its fundamental principle, should aim at eliminating majority and minority and so-called aged and backward classes. In the Constitution every citizen has accepted an equal citizenship without considering his religion, worship, culture or belief. There is only one condition for a person citizenship that he was born in India.

We have to develop such enlightened citizenship where every citizen, whether it is of any religion or any of its languages, urges for their own rights and their duty and responsibilities to protect the rights of the other group will be more important. The constitutional goal is to develop such citizenship so that each person gets absolute freedom to worship religion, faith and worship, and no person is apprehensive of any other person, whether a minority or a majority, to encroach on his rights.

So far we have discussed equality on the basis of socialist structure. Now we will discuss gender equality. There should be no discrimination between men and women. The main reason behind the backwardness of Uttar Pradesh is that most women depend on men and most of the women are illiterate. Since the number of literate women in Uttar Pradesh is much lower than that of men, therefore, we need to make policies for the promotion of women in Uttar Pradesh right now. Today, there is a policy that requires all women to provide scholarships and free education on the basis of their caste or character so that they can meet graduation level without any interruption to enable them. In addition to this, the Government should ensure that all the women having a graduate degree get an unemployment allowance or an interest-free loan to start their own business if they do not get work or work. As long as a woman is not satisfied, a state can not progress and the state can not become prosperous. We need the goal of making 100% women as literate as soon as possible so that they can be made self-sufficient so that they can help Uttar Pradesh transform into a good state.

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