Essay-Rights and duties go hand in hand SSC CGL Tier 3 I SSC CHSL Tier 2
Rights and duties are two sides of the same coin. Wherever we have rights, we have an equal amount of duties, whether it is our house, our society, our country, or any field in life. Neither can exist without the other. The more the rights, the more the duties
When India’s constitution came into force on 26th January 1950, seven fundamental rights were provided to its citizens, inspired by the constitution of The United States. But there were no fundamental duties mentioned in it. Then in 1976, through the 42nd amendment of the constitution (also known as the mini-constitution) ten fundamental duties, inspired by the constitution of the USSR, were added under article 51A.
Today, in the name of rights, we are getting to see their gross misuse in forms of violence, strikes, etc. Everyone wants more rights, but no one is willing to understand one’s obligation towards one’s nation and society. If those demanding more rights begin to understand their duties and start using their rights judiciously, our society will become