Indian Politics Set - 11 Multiple Choice Questions

Indian Politics Set - 11 MCQs

Question 1.

The Certain fundamental rights are not given to-

A.

 Insolvent persons

B.

 Foreigner

C.

 Deceased person

D.

 Political victims

Explanation :

There are certain fundamental rights which are available to Indian citizens only and not to Foreigners or Aliens. These are rights provided under articles 15, 16, 19, 29 and 30.

Question 2.

Fundamental Rights are not given to-

A.

 Bankrupt persons

B.

 Aliens

C.

 Persons suffering from incurable diseases

D.

 Political sufferers

Explanation :

There are certain fundamental rights which are available to Indian citizens only and not to Foreigners or Aliens. These are rights provided under articles 15, 16, 19, 29 and 30.

Question 3.

The chapter on Fundamental Duties includes-

A.

 Duty to cherish and follow the noble ideals which inspired our freedom movement

B.

 Duty to vote in General Election

C.

 Duty to promote the sense of fraternity among the people

D.

 Duty to stick to the political party on whose ticket one contested election

Explanation :

There are eleven fundamental duties under the constitution. These include- *to abide by and respect Constitution National Flag and National Anthem, *to cherish and follow noble ideas of freedom struggle, *to uphold and protect sovereignity unity and integrity of India, *to defend country and render national service.

Question 4.

The "Freedom of Press" is mentioned in which of the following rights?

A.

 Equality before law

B.

 Right to expression

C.

 Union freedom

D.

 Work security

Explanation :

There is no direct mention of Freedom of Press in the constitution rather it is a right inferred from right to freedom of speech and expression provided under Article-19(1)(a).

Question 5.

How many fundamental rights were there in the beginning?

A.

 Six

B.

 Seven

C.

 Four

D.

 Five

Explanation :

There were seven sets of fundamental rights in original constitution. These are right to equality, right to freedom, right against exploitation, right to religion, cultural and educational rights of minorities, right to constitutional remedies and right to property. 44th Amendment Act repealed right to property. So currently there are only six sets of fundamental rights.