In which case Supreme Court held that Parliament has no power to amend the Fundamental Rights?

A. Golak Nath Case

B. Sajjan Singh Case

C. Shankari Prasad Case

D. None of these

Answer: Option A

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Related Questions on Human Rights

The content of the principle of respect for human rights in international law may be expressed in which of the following propositions as expounded by G. Tunkin in Theory of International Law?

A. All States have a duty to respect the fundamental rights and freedoms of all persons within their territories

B. States have a duty not to permit discrimination by reason of sex, race, religion or language

C. States have a duty to promote universal respect for human rights and to co-operate with each other to achieve this objective

D. All of the above