Directive Principles of State Policy
Articles 36 to 51 deal with the provisions of the Directive Principles which are contained in Part IV of the Constitution. This feature of the Constitutin has been taken from the constitution of the Ireland. The directive principles optimise the ideals of the people of India, which is mention in premable of out Indian Constitution.
The aim is to provide methods to empower the citizen. They are nature of Instruction to the state as they evolved along with constitutional form of government. They seeks to establish a welfare state. They also shows the aims and goals which state must bear in mind while making plicies.
Relation Between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles
Article 37 states that Directive principles are not enforcable in any court of law. Neverthless they are Fundamental in governance of the county. The Directive Principles represent the social objective held by constitution.
Difference Between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles
The fundamental Rights provide the foundatin of political democracy in India whereas the Directives spell out the character of social and economic democracy in India. Fundamental Rights are justiable, the Directive Principles are non-justiciable.