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EEO. 2021; 20(1): 4100-4108

Law Relating To Right To Food Security Act In Indian Circumstance

Dr. Pankaj Choudhury, Mr. Animesh Rishi.


Food is a fundamental human demand that everyone requires in order to exist. The right to food is frequently referred to as the most fundamental human right, and it has been widely recognized as such. The fulfillment of all other rights is conditional on the realization of the right to food. The right to food is accorded a high level of significance in the Constitution. The Supreme Court of India has ruled that it is an inherent aspect of the right to life, which is guaranteed under Article 21 of the Indian Constitution. A fundamental component of the right to life, as guaranteed by Article 21 of the Indian Constitution, is the right to adequate and nutritious food.When it comes to the right to food, the Supreme Court of India has taken a strongly pro-people stance. Courts in industrialized countries interpret and protect the right to food, as well as other fundamental rights. The right to be free of hunger and malnutrition is guaranteed to every person of the country. The most serious issue is access to food on a financial basis. The level of self-sufficiency has increased at the national level, but not at the level of the family.

Key words: Right, Food, Security, Acts, Indian, Article, Etc.

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