From which nation’s constitution, Indian constitution has borrowed the directive principles of state policy-
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The fundamental rights and the directive principles find common origin in the Sapru Report of 1945,which had divided the fundamental rights into two parts viz. Justifiable and unjustifiable rights. While justifiable rights were incorporated in the Part III;non-justifiable rights were incorporated as directive principles to the state without any guarantee to be enforced via court.
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