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Integration Between Fundamental Rights And Directive Principles And The Supreme Court: An Overview




Dr Rajib Hassan, Assistant Professor, Government Centre of Legal Education [Formerly PG Deptt. of Law, Hooghly Mohsin College, Government of West Bengal, Chinsurah, Hooghly 712101]

ABSTRACT

Fundamental rights basically include the rights of an individual against the State, whereas directive principles contain the guidelines to be followed by the State while making law for the general welfare of the society as a whole. As fundamental rights are made expressly enforceable under Art. 32 and Art. 226 and directive principles are not enforceable by virtue of Art 37 of the Constitution the question of relationship between fundamental rights and directive principles has caused some difficulty. Judicial attitude has also undergone transformation on the question over the time. On this question the judicial view has veered round from irreconcilability to integration between the fundamental rights and directive principles.

Keywords: Fundamental rights, directive principles, enforceability, integration, complementary and supplementary etc.

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Indian Journal of Law and Legal Research

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