Constitutional remedies support the protection of fundamental rights and ensure that people whose fundamental rights have been violated can seek relief directly from the Supreme Court or different High Courts of India.

Constitutional Remedies

This explainer discusses the meaning and significance of the different constitutional remedies available, who can apply for the remedies, and how to apply for the remedies.  It primarily deals with the law laid out in Articles 32 and 226 of the Constitution of India, 1950 which provide for constitutional remedies.


What are some examples of when a Habeas Corpus petition can be filed in Court?