Under article 32 of the Indian constitution Fundamental Rights are protected by the Supreme Court. Writ petitions can be filed against any violations of fundamental rights in the Supreme Court. Supreme Court is also called guardian of fundamental rights. It protects the rights of every citizen of the country. There are five types of writs which can be enforced.
The writs are- habeas corpus, mandamus, certiorari, prohibition, quo warranto.
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