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Right to food, shelter, clothing, education and health issue
Because you had laid down in Art. 15 to ensure right to food, shelter, clothing, education and health you did not make it a mandatory provision. For the violation of fundamental rights like equal opportunity and discrimination, one can sue against the state in Higher courts to retain those. In Bangladesh the GoB does not need to obey it, as it is not a fundamental right.
There was drawback. There were many debates relating to this economic social and cultural right. The debate was inaugurated by the Russians, and later the Chinese. Many sates tried to obey right to life comprising these rights. Details…