The Preamble of the Indian Constitution is based on the ‘Objectives Resolution’, drafted and moved by Pandit Nehru, and adopted by the Constituent Assembly. It was moved by Nehru on December 13, 1946, and adopted by the Constituent Assembly on January 22, 1947.
In the words of Pandit Nehru, the Objectives Resolution was “something more than a resolution. It is a declaration, a firm resolve, a pledge, an undertaking and for all of us a dedication”. It will be seen that the ideal embodied in the Resolution is faithfully reflected in the Preamble to the Constitution.
- Preamble of the Indian Constitution
- Fundamental Rights – Articles 12-35
- Constitution of India – An Overview
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