Article 37 of the Indian constitution

Article 37 of Indian constitution says :

37. The provisions contained in this Part shall not be enforceable by any court, but the principles therein laid down are nevertheless fundamental in the governance of the country and it shall be the duty of the State to apply these principles in making laws.

explanation

This article of Indian constitution says that the provisions contained in Part IV of constitution is non enforceable by any court. It means if the state is not able to fulfill any of the provision of this part then affected person can not approach the court for the enforcement of same.

As per B.R. Ambedkar though it is not applicable in court of Law it is applicable in the Court of Public (especially during the election).

The provisions contained in this Part IV is very important for the purpose of governance as well as social and economic justice.

  1. Article 37 of Indian constitution deals with?

    Article 37 of Indian constitution deals with the legality of Part IV. As per this article provisions of Part IV is non enforceable in the Court of Law. If the state/government will not be able to fulfill one or more provisions of this Part then affected person can not approach the court of Law for the enforcement of same.

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