Reasons for Non-Justiciability of DPSPs
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|REASONS FOR NON-JUSTICIABILITY OF DPSPs|
Justiciable nature of rights entails that citizen can move to the courts for enforcement of the particular right. Fundamental rights have justiciable nature. However, DPSPs kept as non-justiciable in nature attributed to following reasons –
- Administrative and financial limitations at that time.
- Some principles have moral connotations.
- Inadequacy of Social development (Art. 40)
- Presence of vast diversity, illiteracy, poverty and backwardness in the country.