Q/A

Q.1 List two Fundamental Rights in the Constitution that Dalits can draw upon to insist that they be treated with dignity and as equals. Re-read the Fundamental Rights listed on page 14 to help you answer this question?

Ans. The fundamental rights that dalits can draw upon to insist that they be treated with dignity and as equals is:

  1. Right to Freedom: This includes the right to freedom of speech and expressions, also includes the right to form the association etc.
  2. Right to Equality: This right says every person is equal before the law irrespective of the gender, caste, religion etc. This also includes the right to entry at all public places.

Q.2 The Scheduled cast and Scheduled tribe act was incorporated in which year?

Ans. The SC and ST act was incroporated in the year 1989.

Q.3 Who is responsible to implement the law in the tribal areas?

Ans. The governor of the state is responsible to implement the laws in tribal areas. The governor can either accept or reject the laws made for country or state in tribal areas.

Q.4 What does the Article 15 of the Indian Constitution says?

Ans. The article 15 of the constitution guarentees protection against the discrimnation on birth, place, gender, religion etc.

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