Differences between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policy

Fundamental rights

  • Even the Government cannot take away or abridge these rights.
  • These are enforceable in law courts
  • The Government can not take policy decisions on these rights.
  • These rights strengthen political democracy.
  • These are natural rights.

Directive Principles

  • These are mere instructions to the Government
  • These are not enforceable in any court.
  • The government has powers to make policy decisions on these principles.
  • The implementation of these principles ensures social and economic democracy.
  • These lead to protect human rights.
April 10, 2019

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