The right to freedom of movement and residence throughout the territory of India is guaranteed to Indian citizens under Article 19(1)(d) of the Indian Constitution. This right is subject to reasonable restrictions that may be imposed by law in the interest of the general public or the protection of the interests of any Scheduled Tribe.
However, these rights are not absolute and can be restricted or regulated in certain circumstances. For example, the government may impose restrictions on the movement and residence of individuals in the interests of national security or public order. The government may also impose restrictions on the entry of non-citizens into the country or on the movement of citizens within certain border areas for security reasons.
In addition, certain laws, such as the Foreigners Act, 1946 and the Passports Act, 1967, regulate the movement of foreigners in India and the issuance of visas and passports to Indian citizens.
Overall, while the right to freedom of movement and residence is a fundamental right of Indian citizens, it is not an absolute right and can be restricted or regulated in certain circumstances.