Directive Principles of State Policy of Indian Constitution

Directive Principles of State Policy of Indian Constitution Mentioned under Part IV of the Constitution covering Articles 36 to 51. They tell about the AIMS that the state should strive to achieve. This part of the Constitution is undoubtedly the sister of the previous part dealing with the Fundamental Rights, and is described as the ‘Conscience of the Constitution’. Their idea has been incorporated from the Constitution of Ireland. They are a unique blend of socialistic, liberal, democratic and Gandhian Principles. Mere instructions, not enforceable by law, for day – to – day administration of the country. In State of […]

Fundamental Rights of the Indian Constitution

Fundamental Rights of the Indian Constitution – Page 2 Article 14 : Equality before law – The State shall not deny to any person equality before the law or the equal protection of the laws within the territory of India. Equality before the law implies that no one is above the law of the land. 1. However, the Constitution allows the following exceptions to the rule of equality before the law : The President or the Governor of a State is not answerable to any Court for the exercise and performance of the powers and duties of office; No criminal […]