The Fundamental Rights granted to the Indian Citizens are


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right to equility,freedom,religion,culture & education for minorities,right against exploitation,constitutional remedies.

the right to property was abolished during 44th amendment,1978.Presently it is a legal right under article 300A in Part 12

answered Feb 25, 2012 by arutirtha PowerUser (12,900 points)
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indian citizens have 6 fundamental rights at present that is

1.right to equality

2.right to freedom

3.right to freedom of religious

4.right against explotation

5.right to legal remedies

6.cultural and educational rights
answered Jul 6, 2012 by payal SuperUser (7,000 points)

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