Directive Principles and Fundamental Duties of India

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Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles And Fundamental Duties Of India - Relationship Between The Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles and Fundamental Duties
... The Directive Principles have been used to uphold the Constitutional validity of legislations in case of a conflict with the Fundamental Rights ... the 25th Amendment in 1971, provided that any law made to give effect to the Directive Principles in Article 39(b)–(c) would not be invalid on the grounds that they derogated from the ... The application of this article was sought to be extended to all the Directive Principles by the 42nd Amendment in 1976, but the Supreme Court struck down the extension as void on the ground that it violated the ...

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