Article 226: Power of High Courts to issue certain writs (1) Notwithstanding anything in Article 32, every High Court shall have power, throughout the territories in relation to which it exercises jurisdiction, to issue to any person or authority, including in appropriate cases, any Government,...
Constitution of India
Article 21 of the Constitution of India protects the life and personal liberty of the person from the arbitrary action of the state. Even a foreigner is entitled to get the said protection within the territory of India.
Article 14 enumerates that all persons are equal before the law. The right to equality is a fundamental right and unequal or arbitrary action of the state is violative of Article 14. However, Article 14 does not forbid classification based on “intelligible differentia” for achieving the special purpose of the constitutional goal.
Freedom of speech and expression is a fundamental right. This freedom alone makes it possible for people to formulate their own views and opinions on a proper basis and to exercise their social, economic and political rights in a free society.
Right to freedom of conscience and right to freely profess, practise and propagate religion is a fundamental right under Article 25 of the Constitution of India. Right to freedom of religion is not absolute right but subjects to public order, morality, health and other fundamental rights.