Answer: (3) Right against exploitation
Articles 23 and 24 of the Indian Constitution enshrine the Right against Exploitation. These are significant basic rights that guarantee protection for every person from every kind of forced labour. Right against exploitation is against the trafficking of human beings and beggars and other similar types of forced labour shall be prohibited and any violation of this provision shall constitute an act punishable by law. The purchase and selling of men and women for illegal and unethical acts includes trafficking.