Non Fundamental Rights such as the right to property
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It prohibits all forms of forced labour, child labour and traffic of human beings. It is provided under Articles 23 and 24 of the Indian Constitution.
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In case of a conflict between the Directive Principles and the Fundamental Rights, which one shall prevail?
Q6) Consider the following statements.
1. Directive principles are justiciable in nature. 2. Indian constitution does not make the enjoyment of rights dependent on conditional upon fulfillment of duties 3. Right to property is a fundamental right. 4. Judicial interpretation has increased the scope of fundamental rights in many respects. Which of the above statements is/are correct?
Q46) Match the following A B 1. 73rdconstitutional amendment act a) muncipalties
2. 74th constitutional amendment act. b) fundamental duties
3. 42nd constitutional amendment act c) panchayati raj
4. 44th constitutional amendment act d) deleted right to property as a fundamental right.
Abolition of untouchability comes under the fundamental right _________.
How are the Fundamental Rights different from the Directive Principles of State Policies?