Every Indian should be mindful of the potential ten Laws and Rights

The Indian judicial system has bestowed a great deal of authority on the citizens of the country to guard their basic rights. Regrettably, not everyone is aware of their rights and power. As an Indian citizen, it is critical that you are knowledgeable with the country’s laws and rights that not only protect people’s interests but also make our lives easier. Below providing 10 rights and liabilities that everyone should be aware of:-

1.If your cylinder bursts, you are entitled to a 40-lakh insurance payout.

According to the legislation, all registered LPG users are entitled to a Rs 40 lakh insurance policy in the event of death or property damage caused by cylinder explosions. This is a blanket for the whole family. But however, this is partly true as reported, the insurance coverage is not Rs 40 lakh. The court decides the amount according to the victim’s age, salary and other conditions. To claim this compensation, customers must file a FIR with the nearest police station and send it to the gasoline business in question.

2. Motor Vehicle Act 1988

Sections 185 and 202 of the Motor Vehicle Act of 1988 provide that if your 100ml blood contains more than 30mg of alcohol while driving, the police can arrest you without a warrant.

3. Women can only be arrested by female cops.

Only female officers have the authority to arrest women, and they must remain at the police station the whole time. If only male cops have arrived for the arrest, women have the right not to attend to the station. Male police officers should obtain a formal authorization from the magistrate to escort the lady in the event of a serious offence. 

4. Section 46 of Criminal Procedure Code- Before sundown, women should be detained.

Women must be detained before sundown, no lady can’t be arrested earlier than 6 A.M. and after 6 P.M.   

5. In hotels, you can ask for water and use the restroom for free under the Indian Sarais Act of 1887.

A person is permitted by law to request free water from any hotel. Even if you are not a client, you can use a hotel’s toilet for free even if it’s a 5 star hotel. 

 6. Domestic Violence Act of 2005: 

In today’s time live-in relationships are so common because of which this law becomes extremely important to know about. Under this act, It is not illegal for a young boy and a young girl to live together in a “live-in relationship.” Even the baby from this connection is a legal son or daughter who has full ownership of his or her father’s possessions.

7. Maternity profit act of 1961

No company can fire a pregnant woman under the Maternity Profit Act of 1961. It might result in a maximum sentence of three years in jail. 

If the company (government or private) employs more than ten people, the pregnant woman is entitled to 84 days of paid maternity leave.

8.  Section 129 of motor vehicle act

Part 129 of the Indian Motor Automobile Act states that two-wheeler users must wear a helmet. Part 128 of the Motor Vehicle Act sets a maximum of two riders per motorcycle. This regulation also states that if a traffic cop takes something from a car or motorcycle, it is illegal. You have entire authority to file a legal proceeding against the officer.

9. The Most Retail Value Act of 2014

It states that a storekeeper cannot charge more than the written value of a product, but a shopper has the option to pay less than the stated value of a commodity.

10. Part -13 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955

It states that any husband or wife may file for divorce in a court of law on the grounds of adultery (a physical relationship outside of marriage), impotency, leaving home without notice, changing Hindu faith and adopting a different faith, madness, incurable illness, and no information about the husband or wife.