Fundamental Rights Program - Riddhi Siddhi Welfare And Charitable Trust
Talking about fundamental rights in India, they can be defined as those important or basic rights that have been mentioned in the constitution of our country. By the help of these rights, all the citizens are able to live their life with complete peace and harmony without any sorts of problem. It contains individual rights like equality before the law, freedom of speech, cultural and religious freedom, freedom to practice religion, peaceful assembly and right to constitutional remedies for the safeguard of civil rights. These types of rights are a basic human freedom which describes that every Indian has the right to enjoy for a harmonious development of personality.
In today’s time, we see different cases where people are restricted to get their fundamental rights in India. The constitution has provided different rights like the right to equality, privacy, freedom, right against exploitation, right to freedom of religion, constitutional remedies, cultural and educational rights etc. By the help of it, a person gets a complete permission to live his life accordingly. They have been naturally used to prohibit discrimination in the field of religion, caste, race, place of birth or sex and is implemented to abolish the untouchability as well. Still, lots of cases have emerged out in our nation where people are not allowed to perform various things by their own choice.
Condition Of Poor People Regarding Education
Education is one of the most powerful weapon by which you can change the world. That is why everybody needs to get a proper education for the betterment of their well being. Especially in India, we see millions of poor peoples who struggle for some basic requirements in their daily life like food, water, shelter, clothing, etc. If such things are proving unmanageable for them and their family, how can a child get an education in such circumstances! Unfortunately, this thing has taken the roots in almost each and every part of the country and we see lack of education among those children. Even after so many years of independence, under 1/4th of our total population comes below the poverty line. What will happen to such children belonging to that class? It is a matter of great worry because it creates a direct effect in the development of our country.
Riddhi Siddhi child education program has stood up to provide education for poor children and we are trying best from our side. We want to make a chain, an education chain where we need a help from all of you to be the part of it. It is the responsibility of each and every citizen living in this country that we should help them for their better life. We have appreciated an NGO education program in India but we cannot perform all these things alone, that’s why we and those poor children are looking for some generous persons like you to help them in providing education and making us one of India’s best child education NGO.
Riddhi Siddhi Welfare And Charitable Trust has initiated an NGO for fundamental rights program in which we will focus more on helping peoples to get their rights. This foundation has been set up to ensure that basic human rights should be respected everywhere. Our team wants to cooperate those belongings who are compromising in different sections.
Aims and Objectives
- To generate legal advice for weaker sections of the society.
- To work for reducing exploitations, injustices, and gender inequalities by the help of fundamental rights program.
- To work against intra-social violation of poor’s rights.
- To create an understanding between people that human rights can become vulnerable to abuse of different processes and structures of power.
- To build an environment by which people should understand the role of fundamental rights and its value.
- To bring out social and attitudinal changed by promoting human rights education and bringing a social change to keep children far away from glass, fireworks, stone crushing, and other industries to make their involvement as zero in such hazardous places and stopping child labour in our surroundings.
- To make efforts in stopping legal economic and social discrimination and exploitation against women.
- To reduce practices like untouchability, bonded labour, and perpetrating Sati pratha by spreading education.
- To promote people in facing the challenges that persist by religion, caste, region, and culture.