The Fundamental Right that aims at the abolition of social distinctions is the right?

0 votes
637 views
Anonymous User asked 11-Mar-2018 in indian Polity and Constitution by Anonymous User
The Fundamental Right that aims at the abolition of social distinctions is the right?

1 Answer

0 votes
Saddiya  Anwar answered 08-Feb-2021 by Saddiya Anwar

Charter Act, 1793 handed over the right of interpretation in rules and regulations to the jurisdiction power of a country.

The Fundamental Right that aims at the abolition of social distinctions is the right?

When the act was passed East India Company gain the monopoly in trading sector of India. Governance of Governer-General expanded over the governors of Bombay and Madras.
The supreme court's jurisdiction got high peaked power and control like appointment of the members of the civil services as justices of the peace, scavengers for the presidency towns and authoritative to put ban on the sale of without license. 

The act was the provision of exclusive trade privileges. 

Regular Code named regulations enforced by that time for the internal Government of British territory in Bengal. 

The regulation was applicable to rights, persons and property of the Indian people and bounded the courts to regulate their decisions by the code itself.