‘Our Fundamental Rights are not absolute or unlimited.’ Support the statement by giving any five suitable examples.


It is correct that ‘Our Fundamental Rights are not absolute or unlimited’. For example:

  • To prevent spread of infectious diseases, the free movement of the people can be restricted.
  • Freedom to practise any profession does not mean to take up gambling, smuggling, hoarding or any other profession, which is injurious or hazardous to the society.
  • Nobody can claim to be a doctor or a lawyer unless she/he has the essential qualifications.
  • Freedom of expression does not mean to speak or write anything you feel like.
  • Any thought or expression that disturbs public peace or harmony or instigates communal violence will not be allowed.