Citizens of India enjoy the right to move to a court of law in case of the violation of any of the Fundamental Rights.

Right to Constitutional Remedies

The right to constitutional remedy was created as one of the main fundamental rights, because the constitution recognized the need to protect the rights of the citizens. In case of any one of the fundamental rights being deprived or denied to the resident of the country, the individual or the party has the right to present their case in a court. In this case, the court has the flexibility to assign writs to the public in the form of habeas corpus, mandamus, prohibition, quo warranto and certiorari. In the case of a national emergency, the government has the flexibility to append the right of the citizen. According to Article 32, Indian citizens can stand up and fight for their fundamental rights if they are breached.

The Writs
Article 32 Components
The Article in the Indian Constitution states that the Supreme Court or can accept writs from citizens or organizations if any of the fundamental rights have been denied to them. Along with exercising writs, the Supreme Court can also give other lower courts or even take away the responsibility of jurisdiction for certain cases.

Different Mechanisms for Protecting Rights