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NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Political Science Chapter 5 - Democratic Rights

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The chapter begins by stating a few examples from countries all over the world where the basic right of Human beings was rejected. The countries where there is no democracy like Saudi Arabia and the atrocities that the people face in that country have been stated in the case provided.

At the end of the example, the introduction of democratic rights that humans ought to have been shown. There are certain rights that the Indian constitution states. The six fundamental rights are entitled to every individual of India. Further, one after the other all rights are described in detail with examples attached. The chapter ends by stating that the authority lies with the National Human Rights Commission to deliver justice in case of violation of any right on a citizen.

  • The chapter talks about the different cases which took place in foreign countries against Human rights.
  • The USA used its power of authoritarianism to abduct citizens of various countries, which is a universal violation of human rights.
  • Human rights enable people to live with security, dignity, and fair play.
  • Rights are the reasonable claims of persons who are recognized by society and sanctioned by the law.
  • The chapter mentions six fundamental rights that are essential and abided by the citizens of India.
  • Due to India's age-old caste system, the right to equality came into force to provide equality to all citizens regardless of their caste, religion, and race.
  • The right to freedom of speech is at times used for wrong means, but it should not be mistaken to spread hatred and violence in public.
  • Thus, the chapter ends by mentioning the important commission, the National Human Rights Commission responsible for maintaining human rights across the nation.

 

 

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Chapter 4 Forest Society and Colonialism Chapter 5 Pastoralists in the Modern World
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Chapter 1 India Size and Location Chapter 2 Physical Features of India Chapter 3 Drainage
Chapter 4 Climate Chapter 5 Natural Vegetation and Wildlife Chapter 6 Population
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Chapter 1 What is Democracy? Why is Democracy? Chapter 2 Constitutional Design Chapter 3 Electoral Politics
Chapter 4 Working of Institutions  
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