Directive principal of state


What is the need of dps because if they were not in our constitution . all provision of dps will work , and if not work. Than in our constitution dps is not enforceable .
 
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PART IV DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY;

Artcle; 36-51

37. The provisions contained in this Part shall not be enforceable by any court, but the principles therein laid down are nevertheless fundamental in the governance of the country and it shall be the duty of the State to apply these principles in making laws

http://doj.gov.in/acts-and-rules

http://doj.gov.in/sites/default/files/Constitution-of-India_0.pdf

 
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The judiciary has interpreted statues and fundamental rights by these principles..

Supreme Court of India

Air India Statutory Corporation vs United Labour Union & Ors 

 The facts in appeal arising out of S.L.P. 7417/92, are sufficient to decide the questions of law that have arisen in these appeals. …….

 

…The Constitution, the Supreme law heralds to achieve the above goals under the rule of law. Life of law is not logic but is one of experience, Constitution provides an enduring instrument, designed to meet the changing needs of each succeeding generation altering and adjusting the unequal conditions to pave way for social and economic democracy within the spirit drawn from the Constitution. So too, the legal redressal within the said parameters. The words in the Constitution or in an Act are but a framework of the concept which may change more than words themselves consistent with the march of law. Constitutional issues require interpretation broadly not by play of words or without the acceptance of the line of their growth, Preamble of the Constitution, as its integral part, is people including workmen, harmoniously blending the details enumerated in the Fundamental Rights and the Directive Principles. …

 

…is a right to leisure enshrined in Article 43 of the Constitution….

…are part of basic human right to health assured under Article 39 and right to just and human conditions of work assured under Article 42. All of them are fundamental human rights to the workmen and are facets of right to life guaranteed ….

https://indiankanoon.org/doc/784921/

 

This should suffice…

If you have some task on hands read the constitution and judicial pronouncements carefully and compile…

 
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