Human rights are the rights that a person can demand through justice, impartiality and fair play as a human being on the universal and legal grounds (Philip 2005, pp.755-829). The human rights are the rights of a human being that are equally available to him or her at any time within the boundary he or she lives. Every country has the right to develop itself human rights on the constitution made by the authorities but constitution should not avoid the fundamental requirements and needs of the people at any cost (Ian 2003). Modern and popular philosophers don not neglect and develop different political and legal rights for any person; they focus and deeply suggest that human rights should always be same for every single individual of the country (Charles 2009).
Human rights do not hold any type of biasness and partiality but the situations always vary for every individual on the basis of his/her past and current character as a responsible citizen. For example, if any person is involved in any criminal activity and demand justice and equal facilities as others normal citizens have then it is not possible. In case of different crimes, both persons cannot be penalized in the same way. On the hand, if some people have committed same types of crimes then there is a possibility of same penalty and punishment to these people. In reality, it is very difficult to implement human rights policies and laws in a country and satisfy and provide all types of facilities. The development of human rights and policies cannot be done without considering and covering international and global regulation related to fundamental rights within any country (Michael 2001).