Fundamental Duties

मौलिक कर्तव्य

The fundamental duties are considered as the moral duties by all citizens to promote patriotism and unity of India. It was not available in the original Constitution. The 42nd Amendment Act, 1976 added the fundamental duties upon Sardar Swaran Singh Committee recommendation. These duties lay in Part IV – A of the Indian Constitution.
• 86th Amendment Act 2002 added another fundamental duty in the Constitution.
• Fundamental duty is inspired from the Russian Constitution.
Ten fundamental duty is as follows:
• It shall be the duty of every citizen to abide by the Constitution and its ideals, respect for the national flag, institutions and national anthem.
• Keep the high ideals of our national movement for independence in heart and follow it.
• Protect India’s sovereignty, unity, and integrity and keep it intact.
• Protect the country.
• Build the feeling of the same fraternal spirit of harmony in all the people of the Republic of India.
• Understand the importance of our social culture and shield this rich tradition.
• Protect and enrich the natural environment.
• Develop a sense of scientific approach and learning.
• Secure the public property.
• Continuous effort to move towards the growth of individual and collective activities.
• Parents or guardian will provide the right opportunity for 6 to 14 years of children to get an education for their child.

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