Protection of Fundamental Rights through Writs under the Indian Constitution

Authors

  • Rupesh Kumar * Assistant Professor Department of Law Maharishi Markandeshwar (Deemed to be University) Mullana , Ambala

Keywords:

Administrative, Prerogative, Tendency, Mandamus, Curtains.

Abstract

Managerial set-ups world over are enduring, more, from State in real life instead of State underhandedness; significantly less to say, State in real life is State wickedness in dynamic sense. Writ of mandamus is privilege order of the most un-fueled (at the same time, most banked after) wing of the State, that is 'legal executive,' to fix the 'rest strolling' inclination of the Government that more frequently than less, pulls the majority rule carriage, introduced upon 'law and order,' into the murkiness of State rebellion, where rights, common, political, legitimate and key are simply dark letters, albeit written in gold in the State's Suprema Lex, are affected as a rule by the diseases of debasement, formality, extreme administration and nepotism of novel sorts. Legal activism of late occasions has added to the writ terminology more than ever, with writs like 'certiorarified mandamus,' 'expectant mandamus' and 'proceeding with mandamus' finishing the social-floor-assessment, attempting to make passage through the lawful text based door. This discusses two things, right off the bat, State in real life has added to public doubt in the positivist perspective on law, and furthermore, legal executive has taken response to lobbyist propensity, pulling the shades up for the pragmatist perspective on law to show the genuinely necessary activity.

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Published

2021-07-09

How to Cite

Rupesh Kumar. (2021). Protection of Fundamental Rights through Writs under the Indian Constitution. BRICS JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH, 11(3), 87-91. Retrieved from https://www.bricsjer.com/index.php/brics/article/view/303