#1. Consider the following statement in the context of Indian Polity: 1. The constitution has authorised only parliament to make laws on preventive detention. 2. Preventive detention is unknown to democratic country. Which of the above statement is/are correct.
#2. Consider the following statements in the context of fundamental rights: 1. Article 25 of the constitution gives freedom for only religious beliefs and not for religious practices. 2. No religious instruction can be provided in any educational institution wholly maintained out of state funds. Which of the above statement is/are incorrect?
#3. Consider the following statements in the context of Fundamental Rights: 1. Article 29 grants protection to both religious minorities as well as linguistic minorities. 2. Political speeches for the conservation of language of a section of citizens does not account to corrupt practices under Representation of People Act 1951. Which of the above statement is/are correct?
#4. Consider the following statement with respect to Fundamental Rights: 1. The parliament can empower any other court to issue order, directions or writs for protection of Fundamental Rights. 2. The writ of Mandamus cannot be issued against a private individual or body. 3. The writ of ‘Prohibition’ can be only issued against judicial and quasi-judicial authorities. Which of the above statement is/are correct?
#5. Which of the following articles of constitution has the provision that saves the acts and regulations included in ninth schedule from being challenged on the grounds of contravention of any Fundamental Rights: