The rights of minorities under the constitution of India: An analysis
Dr. Bhavana Sharma
Constitution of India provides numerous rights to its citizens, some of them talks about Right to minorities. The founding father of the Constitution tried to satisfy the hope, aspiration land desire of the minority by safeguarding the educational rights of the minority. Preamble of Constitution itself talk about the purpose for framing the Constitution and it secure Justice- Social, Economic & Political, provide liberty of thoughts and worship, equality in status to secure the unity and integrity of India. Due to this reason framers of Indian Constitution incorporated various provisions in the Constitution as Fundamental Rights as well as on other places of Constitution. Right of minorities are well defined under the Constitution on India but who constitute a minority is not defined anywhere under the Constitution. As Supreme Court of India is working as a final Interpreter of the Constitution under this power Court has provides its views on defining the term of minorities and the rights of minorities as well. Through this paper researcher will try to find out all the constitutional provision regarding the rights of minorities and also the approach of Judiciary on it.