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Subhas Chandra Bose's vision of India - Haripura Congress presidential address

The Congress has included in its resolution on Fundamental Rights that: (i) Every citizen of India has the right of free expression of opinion, the right of free association and combination, and the right to assemble peacefully and without arms, for a purpose not opposed to law or morality;(ii) Every citizen shall enjoy freedom of conscience and the right freely to profess and practise his religion, subject to public order and morality; (iii) The culture, language and script of the minorities and of the different linguistic areas shall be protected; (iv) All citizens are equal before the law, irrespective of religion, caste, creed or sex; (v) No disability attaches to any citizen by reason of his or her religion, caste, creed or sex, in regard to public employment, office of power or honour, and in the exercise of any trade or calling; (vi) All citizens have equal rights and duties in regard to wells, tanks, roads, schools and places of public resort maintained out of State or local funds, or dedicated by private persons for the use of the general public; (vii) The State shall observe neutrality in regard to all religions;(viii) The franchise shall be on the basis of universal adult suffrage ; (ix) Every citizen is free to move throughout India and to stay and settle in any part thereof, to acquire property and to follow any trade or calling, and to be treated equally with regard to legal prosecution or protection in all parts of India

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