Indian Constitution and that of U.S.A allow the Fundamental Right to Remain Silent to Protect from being incriminated in law. Under Indian law, the principle has been given Constitutional status by incorporating it under Article 20(3) of the Constitution. It says:No person accused of any offence shall be compelled to be a witness against himself.
Q. I have a funny doubt. Can a citizen demand the government to obey the DPSPs? I wonder whether the DPSP's are also my rights? My ANSWER: For most students of law and constitution, it is common knowledge that Part 3 of the Constitution deals with Fundamental rights, while Part 4 of the Constitution deals … Continue reading The Difference between Fundamental Rights & DPSP and Similarity too