CBSE-NET (UGC) Law (Paper-II & Paper-III): Questions 225 - 228 of 300
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Question number: 225
In which of the following cases was it held by the Supreme Court held that “Fundamental Rights under the Constitution cannot be bartered away. They cannot be compromised nor can there be any estoppel against the exercise of Fundamental Rights available under the Constitution. ”?
State of Kerala vs Union of India
Nar Singh Pal vs Union of India
State of Rajasthan vs Union of India
Kesavananda Bharati vs Union of India
Question number: 226
The waiver of a fundamental right has been discussed in many landmark cases. In the same respect, in which of the following cases was it asserted by the Court that “the high purpose which the constitution seeks to achieve by conferment of fundamental rights is not only to benefit the individual but to secure the larger interests of the community”?
Olga Tellis vs Bombay Municipal Corporation
State Electricity Board vs Mohanlal
Behram vs State of Maharashtra
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