What is Article 31C of the Indian Constitution?

Article 31C was inserted by the 25th Amendment Act of 1971. It contained provisions related to the saving of laws giving effect to certain directive principles. It contains the following provisions:

  • No law that seeks to implement all or any of the directive principles specified in Part IV shall be void on the ground of contravention of the fundamental rights conferred by Article 14 (equality before law and equal protection of laws) or Article 19 (protection of six rights in respect of speech, assembly, movement, etc.)

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