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Right to vote and to be elected in India is a
(a) Fundamental Right
(b) Natural Right
(c) Constitutional Right
(d) Legal Right



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In India, the right to vote and to be elected is guaranteed and protected by the Constitution. It is specifically mentioned under Article 326 of the Constitution, which grants the right to vote to every citizen of India who is not disqualified by law.

This right is considered a Constitutional Right because it is explicitly recognized and provided for in the Constitution of India. It is a fundamental aspect of democracy and ensures the participation of citizens in the electoral process, allowing them to choose their representatives and have a say in the governance of the country.


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