Chapter Wise Indian Polity MCQ’s With Explanation

Today’s Topic: Fundamental Rights-5

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Today’s Topic: Fundamental Rights-5

Q1. Under the term “Double Jeopardy” implied in clause 2 of Article 20 of the Constitution of India, a person

a) Convicted by a court of law cannot be punished under departmental proceedings for the same offence

b) Punished departmentally cannot be prosecuted in a court of law for the same offence

c) Shall not be prosecuted and punished for the same offence more than once

d) Cannot be subjected proceedings in civil courts for disobedience of an injunction along with criminal proceedings

Ans      C

Q2. Which of the following are envisaged by the Right against exploitation in the Constitution of India?

a) Prohibition of traffic in human beings and forced Labour

b) Abolition of untouchability

c) Protection of the interest of the minorities

d) Prohibition of free movement.

Ans      A

Q3.Which Supreme Court Judgement pronounced that Fundamental Rights cannot be abridged—

a) Golak Nath Vs. State of Punjab A.I.R.1967 S.C.1643

b) Kesavanand Bharati vs. State of Kerala A.I.R. 1973 S.C.1961

c) Indira Gandhi vs.Rajnarain A.I.R. 1975 S.C.2299

d) None of the above

Ans      A

Q4. Which Fundamental Rights Article is not in operation during the emergency—

a) Article 22                        b) Article 19                       c) Article23                       d) Article 24

Ans      B

Q5. Article 14 deals with

a) Equality before law                       b) Equality of Opportunity

c) Equality of Participation                d) Equality of Expression

Ans      A

Q6. Through which constitutional amendment in article 359, it has been laid down that Fundamental Rights under articles 20 and 21 are enforceable during the operation of emergency—

a) 44th Amendment Act                       b) 46th Amendment Act

c) 45th Amendment Act                       d) 48thAmendment Act

Ans      A

Q7. Which article was known as ‘seven freedoms’ in our constitution

a) Art.17                         b) Art.32                       c) Art. 19                       d) Art. 18

Ans      C

Q8. Freedom of Expression deals with

a) Art.17                       b) Art.32                       c) Art.19                         d) Art.18

Ans      C

Q9.Right to education incorporated in

a) Art.17                       b) Art.32                       c) Art.19                       d) Art.21

Ans      D

Q10. Which article provides protection against arrest and detention

a) Art.22                       b) Art.32                       c) Art.19                        d) Art.21A

Ans      A


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