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Right against Exploitation -a Tool for Social Security | Original Article

Shriram Pate in Shodhaytan (RNTUJ-STN) | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


India is considered to be a welfare state where system provides many provisions in various acts and laws to assure social security and prohibit exploitation. Preamble of Indian constitution clearly assures to citizens justice, social economic and political which implees that all types of insecurities should be abolished. Although, nowhere exploitation has been defined properly in Indian laws but article 23 and 24 of the India constitution give meaning of exploitation. Article 23 (1); traffic of human being begar and other similar forms of forced labour shall be an Offence punishable in accordance to law. Article 24 (1) is no children below the age of fourteen years of age shall be engaged in any hazardous employment.