In 1941 President Franklin D Roosevelt proposed four fundamental rights, those were freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from want and freedom from fear, he believed the entire world should enjoy these four basic rights. Rights are essential for justice and deontology purposes. It’s a basic human need. There are many opinions and ways to define rights and it’s always controversial particularly in fields between philosophy, law, deontology, logic, political science, and religion. The category of rights is children’s rights, workers’ rights, property rights, bodily rights, the rights of people, animal rights, states’ rights, rights of free expression, to pass judgment; rights of privacy, to remain silent. Legal rights are accepted and protected by law and there is no discrimination such as caste, creed, and sex. Legal rights affect every citizen and are equally available.