DPSPs could invoke conflict in following ways
To prepare for Indian Polity for any competitive exam, aspirants have to know about the basics of the Directive Principle of State Policy. It gives an idea of all the topics important for IAS Exam and the polity syllabus (GS-II). Directive Principle of State Policy and related topics are extremely important for the UPSC Exam. This is an essential portion of the polity. As IAS aspirants, you should be thorough with the Directive Principle of State Policy. This article will provide you with relevant details about the ways in which DPSPs could invoke conflict.
|DPSPs COULD INVOKE CONFLICT IN FOLLOWING WAYS:|
- Governor could reserve the bill of state on the pretext of violation of provisions of the DPSPs.
- President and Union Council of ministers on reservation of the bill or giving directions.
- Union and State governments – Over implementation of provisions.
- Could invoke conflict on giving directions to the states for implementation of provisions. However, non-implementation and non-observance could result into imposition of President’s rule.
- Directions from centre to the state could also strain the fiscal position of the state which have lesser economic resources for implementation of schemes an programmes to give practical shape to DPSP.