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Can Right to Education be a Fundamental Right

Can Right to Education be a Fundamental Right? D Nagasaila V Suresh S P SATHE (August 29) has criticised the judgment of the Supreme Court (SC) in Mohinl Jain case as being faulty both on doctrinal and practical grounds, ft is however difficult to agree with the views of Sathe, because for one, declaring the right to education as a fundamental right is well within the constitutional framework and secondly the practicality or otherwise of a right can never be the basis for declaring or recognising a right.

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