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In this article, she has mentioned all the provisions of Directive Principles given under Part IV of the Indian Constitution and tried to compare the Fundamental Rights and DPSP and discussed the conflict between them with the help of some important cases decided by the apex court of the country.
DPSP acts as a guideline for the state and should be taken into consideration while coming up with some new policy or any law. It covers the Articles from 36 to DPSPs are non-justiciable.
Click Here. The Preamble is a brief introduction to the constitution and it contains all the objectives which were there in the mind of the drafters of the Indian Constitution.
The Directive Principles of the State Policy DPSP are the guidelines for the state which it must consider while formulating new laws and policies and it lay down all the objectives which the Constitution seeks to achieve.
DPSP are enlisted to attain this ultimate aim as mentioned in the preamble i. Justice, Liberty, Equality and fraternity are also known as the four pillars of the Indian Constitution.
I t also enlists the idea of the welfare state which was absent under the colonial rule. Part IV of the Indian Constitution shall not be enforceable in any court of law. Protection of SCs, STs and other weaker sections from exploitation. Protection of monuments and places and objects which have national importance. The provisions mentioned in this part shall not be enforceable in any court and the principles laid down in this part are fundamental for the governance of the country.
The State must make laws according to it because the ultimate aim of the State is the welfare of its citizens. Article 39 mentions all the Principles of policy which must be followed by the State. The State shall make its policies towards securing the following objectives—. It says that the State shall look into the matter of raising the level of nutrition and the standard of living of its people and it is the duty of the State to keep a check on the improvement of public health.
The State shall also endeavor to prohibit the consumption of intoxicating drinks and drugs which are injurious for health, except for medicinal purposes. Article 47 talks about Nutrition, Standard of living and public health.
The State shall endeavor to prohibit the consumption of intoxicating drinks and drugs which are injurious to health except for medicinal purposes. There should be a provision for the citizens to secure a Uniform Civil Code throughout the territory of India in order to simplify things and reduce ambiguity in the laws which makes it more complex than it actually is.
Article 49 talks about Protection of monuments and places and objects of national importance. It shall be the duty of the State to protect every monument or place or any object of historic or artistic interest which has some national importance, from any form of disfigurement, destruction, etc. Four Directive Principles which were added by the 42nd amendment are as follows:. It says that the State shall endeavour to promote voluntary formation, autonomous functioning, democratic control and professional management of the co-operative societies.
But the non-enforceability of the Principles does not mean that they are of no importance. There are some arguments which are in favor of its enforceability and some are against the making of DPSP enforceable. Those who favor the enforcement of the Principles argue that enforceability of DPSPs will keep a check on the Government and would unite India. For instance, Article 44 of the Indian Constitution talks about the Uniform Civil Code which aims for uniform provisions of civil law for all the citizens of the country irrespective of their caste, creed, religion or beliefs.
People who are against the enforcement of the DPSPs are of the view that these principles need not be separately enforced as there are already many laws which indirectly implements the provisions mentioned in DPSP.
For instance, Article 40 of the Constitution which deals with Panchayati Raj system was introduced through a constitutional amendment, and it is very evident that there are numerous panchayats exist in the country today. Another argument against DPSP is that it imposes morals and values on the citizens of the country. It should not be clubbed with the law as it is really important to grasp that law and morals area unit various things. If we impose one on the opposite that will generally impede the expansion and development of the society.
It mentions protection of women of the country, environmental conservation, rural growth and development, decentralisation of power, uniform civil code, etc. Although non-justiciable, they provide a set of guidelines for the Government for its functioning in the country. The Directive Principles provide good foundations for welfare state.
The securing of Directive Principles helped in completing the requirements of a democratic system. It supplemented the Fundamental Rights of the people and built a State characterized by these four pillars — Justice, Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity. There are some acts and policies from onwards which had been implemented to give effect to these Directive Principles. They are as follows:. Fundamental Rights are described as the basic rights guaranteed to every citizen of the country under the constitution.
They are present in Part III of the Constitution which ensures some rights to all its citizens so that they can live their lives peacefully. They help in checking the activities of the Government so that it cannot curtail any of the basic rights granted by the Constitution in the form of Fundamental rights. Fundamental Rights apply to all the citizens without any form of discrimination on the basis of race, caste, creed, sex, place of birth, etc. Violation of the fundamental rights may lead to punishment and can initiate proceedings against the government if it tries to curtail them.
The Indian Constitution recognizes 7 fundamental rights, they are as follows:. Directive Principles of State Policy are some important guidelines given to the government so that it can work accordingly and refer to them while formulating the laws and policies, and to build a just society.
Directive Principles are non-justiciable. However, these are recognized as an important roleplayer in governing the State. These principles aim at creating such an environment, which can help the citizens to live a good life where peace and harmony prevails. The directive principles conjointly gauge the performance of the state, in order to achieve the objectives stated in the preamble of the Indian Constitution. The essential or basic rights granted to all the citizens of the country.
The guidelines which are considered while formulating policies and laws. Fundamental Rights and the DPSP are supplementary to each other and are essential to meet the social and economic dimensions of a democratic government. The Fundamental Rights are the rights which are enforceable by the Courts and any law that is in contravention to the provisions mentioned in Part III are ultra vires.
In the case of State of Madras v. The Constitution was amended in the year and through this amendment, Article 31C was incorporated in the Constitution. It confers wider importance on the DPSP. The question that arises is whether Fundamental Rights precedes DPSPs or latter takes a higher position than the former, it has been a subject of argument for years.
There are some important judicial pronouncements which tried to give an answer to this question, they are as follows:. This shows that Fundamental rights are on a higher pedestal than DPSPs as far as this case is concerned.
The Court held that the Parliament cannot curtail the Fundamental rights in making any law or policy for the country. It also mentioned that if a law has been made to give effect to Article 39 b and Article 39 c of Part IV of the Constitution and in doing so if Article 14, Article 19 or Article 31 gets violated, then it cannot be declared as void merely on the ground of such contravention. After that, in the case of Minerva Mills vs Union of India , the Court while deciding the case held that the harmony between the two should be maintained because neither of the two has any precedence over each other.
Both are complementary to each other and they should be balanced anyhow for the proper functioning of the State. The Court was of the view that Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles are not exclusive but complementary to each other. The significance of DPSPs cannot be looked down upon just because it is not enforceable in any court of law. These principles were added to facilitate the governance and smooth functioning of the country.
It was added to meet the main objectives and the ultimate goal of a country i. It is like a structure given for the government and it should work and formulate new laws revolving around that structure only so that the welfare of the people be ensured. Every policy and law formulated by the state has to meet the standards which are mentioned in Part IV of the Constitution.
Thus, even after being non-justiciable they are implemented in some important Acts and they hold equal relevance and importance as Fundamental rights mentioned in Part III of the Constitution of India.
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In this article, she has mentioned all the provisions of Directive Principles given under Part IV of the Indian Constitution and tried to compare the Fundamental Rights and DPSP and discussed the conflict between them with the help of some important cases decided by the apex court of the country. DPSP acts as a guideline for the state and should be taken into consideration while coming up with some new policy or any law. It covers the Articles from 36 to DPSPs are non-justiciable. Click Here.
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