The Twenty-fifth Amendment Act of 1971 has two provisions that:
- Curtailed the fundamental right to property
- Provided that any law made to give effect to the Directive Principle contained in Article 39 (b) or (c) cannot be challenged on the ground of violation of the rights guaranteed under Article 14, 19 and 31.
- Important Amendments in Indian Constitution
- Fundamental Rights – Articles 12-35
- Directive Principles of State Policy (DPSP)