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We as Indian people….

As the people of India, we must build social, economic and political justice for all citizens to create India as a universal, socialist, secular, democratic and democratic state We present to you this Constitution which was incorporated into our Constitutional Council on November 26, 1949.







The Constitution of India came into force on 26 January 1950. By January 26, 2020, the 70-year-old is completing. The current developments in the country and the policies of the central government are damaging the basic features of the constitution. There are millions of intellectuals and people across the country who are concerned about NRC, CAA and NPR. Movements are happening. There was a need to preserve the secular constitution that was under the leadership of Dr. Ambedkar. Against this backdrop, the secular constitutional protection platform called for a downward spiral.
1. Conducting Constitutional Conferences and Conferences on the occasion of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Jayanti on 23rd. 2. Pledging 'Constitutional Path' along with rallies and human garlands near the statues of Dr. Ambedkar on Republic Day in January. 3. Conducting rallies and meetings demanding religious harmony during Gandhi's January 30th. It is against this background that we need to know the essence.
Prelude
The Constitution of India begins with the Preamble. We can learn about the constitutional principle of India through the preamble. Nehru's pronounced 'Constitutional Goals-Motivation Resolution' was the preamble. The Constitution of India is based on the Constitutional Entry. The entry not only serves as a compass for understanding the Constitution of India, but also reveals the philosophical foundations of the Constitution. 'The soul is like the preamble constitution. Pandit Thakur Das Bhargava, a member of the Constitutional Parishad, is known as a precious gem embedded in the Constitution.
The Constitution of the Constitution was inspired by the American Revolution (Constitutional Entry, Written Constitution, Fundamental Rights), 2. The French Revolution (Freedom, Equality, Fraternity), 3. The Russian Revolution (Social, Economic and Political Justice).
The Constitution of India
India PEOPLE India sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic, republic of all citizens, build social, economic, and political justice to the idea, expressionism, faith, religion, freedom of worship cekurcutaku, among them the dignity of the person, ethnic unity, fraternity akhandatanu must be preserved and promoted satyanistapurvakanga Undecided Abstract of our constituent assembly on 26 November 1949, and the constitution that we samarpincukuntunnam rupondincukonna law.
‘Avatars’ are a very valuable part. This is the spirit of our constitution. The ear of the incarnate constitution is like the ear. Pandit Thakur Das Bhargava said that all the passages in the Constitution should be examined using the term avataraka.
The Constitutional Entry was amended by the 42nd Constitutional Amendment (1976). The term 'sovereign, democratic, republican' has been replaced with 'sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic, republican state'. Similarly, the word 'unity' and 'integrity' have been added to the word 'ethnicity'.
Prof. JR Shivak's reference is divided into 4 parts. They are: 1. The source of power, 2. The nature of government, 3. The goals of the political system, 4. The date of enactment.
A source of authority
The Constitution of India has been enacted by the people who are responsible to the people of India. The basis of this is the 'people', the source of the power of all governmental systems.
The embodiment of government
Sovereignty: "Sovereignty" means the authority to turn inward, not outwardly to anyone's orders. The term sovereignty has made India independent. It is undeniable that no foreign power has authority over it. Our country is not a sovereign state because of our membership in the Commonwealth of Nations. Because the Commonwealth can enter any country of its choosing. We need to be aware of the possibility of going out. We have also joined the UNO as a result of seeking friendship with people from other countries. Any decision we make is ‘independent’ without compromising our sovereignty. Therefore, India's membership in international organizations is not against the sovereignty enumerated in the entry.
Socialism: The term was added by the 42nd Constitutional Amendment (1976). It was absorbed from the Soviet Union. The principle of socialism is one of the mandate of the Constitution. According to the constitutional principle, socialism means achieving economic justice and equality and utilizing resources for social gain.
At the 1955 congress, Congress declared a socialist-style policy. In DS Nakara v. Union of India (1982)


Democracy: Democracy means the government of the people, by the people, for the people. The Constitution of India enacts universal adult voting with a fixed period of elections, thus forming a secular government. The people in this are the rulers. People are palliatives.
Republic: the republic is the supreme authority, not of the people, but of the representatives elected by the people. India declared itself a republic since the Constitution came into force in 1950, when India lost its dominion. A republic means a government formed by the people. This means that the president and other public representatives are elected by the people for a fixed period of time rather than by heredity.
Political system goals
Justice, liberty, equality and goodwill are meant to bring about social, economic and political justice for all. Its mission is to prioritize social well-being, rather than individual well-being.
Social justice - embedded in fundamental rights. All citizens in society are equal. Ensuring equality of status for all, irrespective of caste, creed, sex or gender differences, and striving for the upliftment of socially backward communities.
Financial justice is embodied in the directive principles. Economic justice means the eradication of poverty, the distribution of wealth on an equal basis, equal access to employment for all, and protection from hunger.
Political justice - provided for by the suffrage in Article 325, 326. Political justice means the opportunity for all citizens to participate in state rule. Political justice can be achieved through universal adult suffrage.
Freedom: Freedom is one of the pillars of democracy. This was provided for by the right to freedom in paragraph 19 and by the right to freedom of religion in paragraphs 25-28.
Equality: By virtue of paragraphs 14-18, the right to equality is reserved for certain groups, noting that all human beings are equal by birth, but not all persons are equal.
Fraternity: 'Fraternity' means fraternity, which means 'equal status'. It was proposed by BR Ambedkar with the aim of promoting universal brotherhood by incorporating the concept of fraternity in the UNO's 1948 Universal Human Rights Declaration. This item is also included in the basic functions. Fraternity is defined in the directives of the passage 51 to promote goodwill not only between individuals but also between nations.
National Unity (Reconciliation): National unity is necessary to protect the sovereignty of the country rather than break up the nation.
Integrity (integrity): The word 'integrity' is derived from the 42nd Constitutional Amendment (1976). Maintaining national integrity is also included in basic functions. Integrity fosters national sentiment among people.
And the ambition of these two words is to separate the ethnic group or region from the Indian Union. In the federal constitutions of the US and Russia, the states are free to break free and become independent states. In the view of the Constitutionalists of India, allowing the separation of states would disintegrate and disrupt the nation's integrity. For that reason the term is specifically included in the reference. Separatist intersection of reciprocity and superpower.
Date of enactment of law
On 26 November 1949, the Constitution was passed into law and it became effective on 26 January 1950. Thus 26 January is Republic Day for us.

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