Influences on Constitution Makers Behind Sanction of DPSPs
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|INFLUENCES ON CONSTITUTION MAKERS BEHIND SANCTIONS OF DPSPs|
- Idea of Instruments of instruction from GoI 1935.
- Division of Rights of an individual into two categories – Jjusticiable (FR) and Non-justiciable (DPSPs) – Recommended by N. Rau (Constitutional Advisor)
- Irish constitution
- Socialistic and Gandhian philosophies
- Sapru committee Report 1944 – Division of Justiciable and Non- justiciable rights.
- To fill the vacuum created by Fundamental rights (part III)- Restrictive nature.