An Indian constitutional obligation for environmental protection: An appraisal
Dr. Rohit Kumar
The problem of environmental pollution has become one of the greatest concerns to everyone in the world. These problems have attracted the attention of a wide cross section of people of all over the world during the recent part. We must take care of the nature then only nature will care for us. In the constitution of India we have enough legislation for the protection of the environment. It is clearly mention in Indian constitution that it is the duty of government of the state to protect and improve the environment and to safe guard the forest and wild life of the country. In the directive principles of state policy as well as the fundamental rights it is clearly stated that it is a duty of every citizen to protect and improve the natural environment including forests, lakes, rivers and wild life. It is the universal truth that we must take care of the nature than only nature will care for us.
Dr. Rohit Kumar. An Indian constitutional obligation for environmental protection: An appraisal. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, Volume 3, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 347-349