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aditi srivastava   01 April 2021

Constitution

why articles 14, 19 and 21 are known as golden triangle? kindly explain with relevant case laws

 



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Hemant Agarwal (ha21@rediffmail.com Mumbai : 9820174108)     01 April 2021

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Dr J C Vashista (Lawyer)     02 April 2021

Read historical judgment of Supreme Court titled Menka Gandhi V. Union of India 

Ananya Gosain   13 September 2021

Among all the provisions governing Fundamental Rights, Article 14, 19, and 21 together is referred to as the ‘Golden Triangle’ of the Constitution of India. The particular reference is given because of the reason that the three Article together seeks to grant complete protection to an individual from infringement of their basic rights, providing human rights that every human is entitled to. In the landmark Maneka Gandhi Case, it was held that these Articles--right to equality, right to freedom and right to life and personal liberty do not represent separate rights under part III but are part of an integrated scheme in the Indian Constitution. Further, the law that sets a procedure for depriving a person of its personal liberty has to satisfy the requirement of both Articles 14 and 19. The “procedure established by law” within the meaning of Article 21 must meet the demands of reasonableness. Otherwise, it would be no procedure at all, and the requirement of Article 21 would not be satisfied. Hope this helps Regards

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