Part III of the constitution of Indian corporate the fundamental rights. State cannot make any law, which abrogates or violates any of the fundamental rights. Art. 13(2) provides, that shall not make any law can takes away or abridges the fundamental rights, and any law made in contravention of fundamental rights shall to the extent of contravention to void.
Enforceability is the significant feature of the fundamental rights. Art.32 empowers the Supreme Court to issue directions or orders or writs including the writs in the nature of, habeas corpus, mandamus, prohibition, quo warrant, certiorari which may be appropriate for the enforcement of fundamental rights. The right guaranteed under Part III cannot be suspended except as otherwise provided for by this constitution. It is worthwhile to mention here that Fundamental Rights are not absolute, and state can impose reasonable restrictions on their exercise.