After ‘the country’, writer-director Anand Sinha has once again brought a film on the important issue- Article 15 Bollywood actor Ayushman Khurana’s lead role, which was already in dispute before the release, but the film is being increasingly growing and growing as soon as the film is released.
Many organizations in many cities opposed in Uttar Pradesh. This protest has reached from Kanpur to Roorkee and Bareilly to Delhi. Members of one organization have approached the Supreme Court.
In such a case, it is logical to ask whether the article ’15’ is finally? So let’s know about it in detail:
Articles in the Constitution refer to Article. Before learning about Article 15, you know about a little constitution. Indian Constitution is the longest written constitution in the world, which includes 44 sections (Articles) in 25 parts and 12 schedules.
It is the supreme law of the country and this fundamental right, directional principle presents the structure determining the duties of fundamental political codes, structures, processes, powers and government institutions while establishing the fundamental duties of citizens.
From Article-14 to Article-18 in the Constitution, we give equality to the fundamental rights of equality. Under this, Article 15 comes. Article 15 is a fundamental right, which ensures that no Indian citizen will be discriminated against on the basis of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth. It is the responsibility of the government and the society that they do not let such discrimination happen.
According to Article 15 of the Constitution, you can not discriminate against any person on the basis of religion, caste, gender or birthplace. Adhering to Article 15 is very important for all of us. In the language of the Constitution, the state under it will not discriminate against any citizen only on any basis of religion, ethnicity, caste, gender, birthplace or any of these grounds.
“On the basis of religion, race, caste, sex, place of birth or any of these, the state will not discriminate against any of its citizens, I am not saying this is written in the Constitution of India.” This is an important dialogue in the film Article 15 of Ayushmann Khurana, directed by Anubhav Sinha, which is the basis of the film.
According to Article 15, a citizen can not be stopped from entering any shop, public restaurant, hotel and places of public entertainment, such as cinemas and theaters, on the basis of religion, dynasty, race, gender, birthplace or any of these is. Apart from this, the use of government or semi government wells, ponds, snouts, roads and public place can not be stopped by anyone on this basis.
Article 15 also advocates the right to equality and prevents any kind of discrimination, but it does not constrain the development of women, children and backward classes. Article 15 does not prevent any state from offering special facilities to women and children, such as reservation to women or special education facilities to children. Apart from this, this article will not prevent any state from making any special provision for the scheduled castes and scheduled tribes, socially or educationally backward.