Volume : 3, Issue : 3, SEP 2019

RIGHT TO ATTAIN HEALTH PRIVILEGES IN INDIA

Dr. V. Solabuthisali

Abstract

Health is one of the basic requirements of human being. Nowadays India is facing problem of degradation of health. The Constitution of India is supreme law to govern the whole Nation.  The condition of health is worsening day by day in spite of various health schemes and policies. The Supreme Court is performing Nobel function of interpretation of provisions of Constitution. The framers of Indian Constitution have rightly inserted various provisions regarding health of public. Further the role of Indian Supreme Court is significant in protecting health of people at large with the help of various decisions. The effective implementation of Laws enacted based on Constitutional provisions will control the present problem.

Keywords

Right to Health, Fundamental Rights and Health, Directive Principles and Health.

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