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Fundamental Rights Questions and Answers


  • 1. Which among the following countries has not codified the fundamental rights
A.) United States of America
B.) England
C.) India
D.) Australia

Answer: Option 'B'

England

  • 2. In the absence of written constitution in England or codified fundamental rights, the individual liberty is secured by
A.) The Individual fundamental rights in England is not secured
B.) The individual liberty is secured by the parliament
C.) The individual liberty is secured by the crown
D.) The individual liberty is secured by judicial decisions determining the rights of individual in particular cases brought before the court

Answer: Option 'D'

The individual liberty is secured by judicial decisions determining the rights of individual in particular cases brought before the court

  • 3. Who among the following is considered to be the guardian of individual rights?
A.) Parliament
B.) Judiciary
C.) President
D.) Prime minister

Answer: Option 'B'

Judiciary

  • 4. Which among the following countries, the judiciary have no power of judicial review over legislation
A.) U.S.A
B.) Australia
C.) India
D.) England

Answer: Option 'D'

England

  • 5. There is no fundamental right binding the
A.) Legislation in India
B.) Legislation in England
C.) Legislation in Australia
D.) Legislation in Canada

Answer: Option 'B'

Legislation in England

  • 6. “There is no law which cannot be changed by the parliament” this statement is true with
A.) England
B.) Canada
C.) U.S.A
D.) Netherlands

Answer: Option 'A'

England

  • 7. In England, the individual has rights, but they are founded on the ordinary law of the land which can be changed by
A.) Court
B.) Crown
C.) Parliament
D.) Prime Minister

Answer: Option 'C'

Parliament

  • 8. In which among the following countries, the court can not declare any law as unconstitutional on the ground of contravention of any fundamental or natural right
A.) England
B.) U.S.A
C.) India
D.) Canada

Answer: Option 'A'

England

  • 9. The framers of the Indian constitution borrowed the concept of fundamental rights from the
A.) Constitution of Canada
B.) Constitution of U.S.A
C.) Irish constitution
D.) all the above

Answer: Option 'B'

Constitution of U.S.A

  • 10. Under the British rule the Indian people enjoyed
A.) No fundamental rights
B.) Some fundamental rights
C.) A long list of fundamental rights
D.) Directive principles only

Answer: Option 'A'

No fundamental rights



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