Fundamental Duties

Fundamental Duties

The fundamental duties in the Indian Constitution are inspired by the Constitution of former Soviet Union. The fundamental duties were incorporated in the Indian constitution as per 42nd amendment act based on Sawaran Singh committee recommendations. The fundamental duties are incorporated in Article 51 A of the constitution. These are mentioned in Part VI A of the constitution. Following are the eleven fundamental duties under Indian constitution. According to Article 51 A,it shall be the duty of every citizen of India: To abide by the Constitution and respect its ideals…

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Features of Indian Constitution

Features of Indian Constitution

Some of the salient features of Indian constitution are  States for Administrative Convenience: Under Indian constitution states are created for administrative convenience. The states are not provided with a constitution of their own. The states administrative structure is governed by the constitution of India. The state cannot confer special rights on citizens who are ordinarily resident of the state. This feature of Indian constitution differs from American constitution where the union is the result of agreement among states.  National Emergency: Under Article 352 when a national emergency is in force…

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