Article 36 of the Indian constitution

Article 36 of Indian constitution says :

36. In this Part, unless the context otherwise requires, “the State” has the same meaning as in Part III.

explanation:

This article of the Indian constitution deals with the definition of the state. As per this article definition of state for the purpose of Part IV will be the same as given Part III (article 12 ) of the Indian constitution.

This article is the first article of Part IV of the Indian constitution. Part IV of the Indian constitution deals with the Directive Principles of State Policy (DPSP). DPSP is non-justifiable in nature. It means if the government is not fulfilling any of the provisions of DPSP then the affected party can not approach the court for the enforcement of the same.

  1. What is article 36 of Indian constitution?

    Article 36 of Indian constitution deals with the definition of state. As per this article the definition of state for the purpose of Part IV will be same as given in Part III of constitution.

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