‘The Fundamental Rights are justiciable and are protected by the Court.’ In the light of the above statement, explain the Right to Constitutional Remedies.
The Fundamental Rights protect the citizens against the misuse of power by the government or some institutions or individuals. Therefore, the Fundamental Rights are justiciable and are protected by the Court.
In case, a Fundamental Right is violated, one can move to the court of law and seek justice. But our Fundamental Rights are not absolute or unlimited.