India is Independent Country | Is India is an independent country

India is Independent Country | Is India is an independent country
India is Independent Country | Is India is an independent country



Hello guys, today I am telling you about a story about India. Today's India is an independent country, and Indians proud to be Indian. But when I think who is proud to be called himself be an Indian, so one answer comes that when Indians go to foreign countries they change their name like Suresh after change sunny but don't blame on me because this is the reality. 

Now, we will start the main topic "Is India is an Independent Country".

So, we see today's Indians in a distinct way. The Indian before independence is a colony of Britishers.
But when we see the past of India the people were living a very difficult life in India. The Britishers are torturing the poor Indians, and the Indian's are taking too much load for helping the Britishers in very low wages. 
But after a long struggle of up to 200 years, the Indians have taken Independence from British rule in 1947, but this independence has taken partition of the country a new country has taken place and it was named Pakistan.
Pakistan is the part of Indian states which are western Punjab, Sindh, and Baluchistan,
 but this has created bloodshed that has taken too many lives. The Hindus families were now coming from Pakistan to India like the homeless refugees. Which is not good and created a scene of looting and bloodshed.

If you don't know who lives in Pakistan so I gonna tell you that the Muslim communities can live in Pakistan. But now India has the power to fight with Pakistan.
But today's India give rights to their citizen which are 

So, now you all know about India what happened in India before Independence, but now you have to know about the rights what is under the rights in the Indian Constitution:
Know we will start the section of rights of the Indian Constitution.
There are six rights in the Indian Constitution which are:
Right to Freedom, Right to Equality, Right against Exploitation, Right to Freedom of Religion, Cultural and Educational rights and Right to constitutional remedies.

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