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How can the Fundamental Rights be protected?

(a) A citizen whose Fundamental Rights have been violated
can approach the Supreme Court which will issue appropriate
writ against the authority

(b) Supreme Court will take note of such violations itself

(c) The executive will inform the Courts

(d) No need of any reference by any court; it is
automatically protected
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( a ) A citizen whose Fundamental Rights have been violated
can approach the Supreme Court which will issue appropriate
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