Q- “Rights are claims of persons over other fellow beings, over the society and over the government’ Justify the statement.
Answer- Rights of a constitution is a reasonable claims of persons recognized by society and auctioned by law. In a democratic country, every citizen has to have right to vote and the right to be elected in the government. The government should protect the citizen’s rights in such situations.
When law recognizes some claims they become enforceable. We can then demand their application. Rights are guarantees which can be used when things go wrong. Things may go wrong when some citizens may wish to take away the rights of others. When fellow citizens or the government do not respect these rights we call it violation or infringement of our rights.