Article 38 of Indian constitution seeks to promote the welfare of people as well as prevent the concentration of wealth to avoid inequality in the society,
article 37 of Indian constitution deals with legality of Part IV. As per this article the provisions contained in this Part is non enforceable in Court
Article 36 of Indian constitution deals with the definition of state for the purpose of Part IV of constitution. As per this it is same as in Part III.
This article deals with all the laws which were in force before commencement of constitution will become void if it is inconsistence with this Part(III).
Article 12 of Indian constitution deals with the definition of state. It is the first article in the Part III of Indian constitution.
Article 11 of Indian constitution gives all rights to Parliament of India to make any law related to citizenship of India.
Article 10 of Indian constitution deals with the status of Indian citizen after law made by Parliament of India related to citizenship.
As per article 9, if any Indian citizen voluntary acquire the citizenship of Foreign state then he will no longer be entitled for Indian citizenship.
Article 8 of Indian constitution deals with the citizenship of certain persons of Indian origin residing outside the country.
Article 7 of Indian constitution deals with the citizenship of the person who has migrated to India from Pakistan after 1st March 1947.