Discussion :: Indian Politics - Indian Politics (Q.No.21)
|Kapil said: (Aug 8, 2011)|
|The objective resolution was laid down by J. Nehru in the constituent assembly in december, 1948, it constitute 8 points which is source of the preamble of the Indian constitution.|
|R P Singh said: (Feb 24, 2014)|
|It was presented on 13th December, 1946 by Nehru.|
|Manpreet said: (Jun 17, 2015)|
|Please explain answer clearly anyone?|
|Mastermind said: (Jul 17, 2015)|
|Before the framing of the constitution started, an Objectives Resolution (the resolution that defined the aims of the Assembly) was moved by Nehru in 1946. This resolution enshrined the aspirations and values behind the Constitution making. On the basis of the Objectives Resolution, India's Constitution gave institutional expression to the fundamental commitments: equality, liberty, democracy, sovereignty and a cosmopolitan identity.
This made the moral commitment to establish a government that will fulfil the many promises that the nationalist movement held before the people of India. The summary of the Objective Resolution is as follows: India is an independent, sovereign, republic India shall be a Union of erstwhile British Indian territories, Indian States, and other parts outside British India and Indian States as are willing to be a part of the Union Territories forming the Union shall be autonomous units and exercise all powers and functions of the Government and administration, except those assigned to or vested in the Union All powers and authority of sovereign and independent India and its constitution shall flow from the people.
All people of India shall be guaranteed and secured social, economic and political justice; equality of status and opportunities and equality before law; and fundamental freedoms " of speech, expression, belief, faith, worship, vocation, association and action "subject to law and public morality The minorities, backward and tribal areas, depressed and other backward classes shall be provided adequate safeguards The territorial integrity of the Republic and its sovereign rights on land, sea and air shall be maintained according to justice and law of civilized nations The land would make full and willing contribution to the promotion of world peace and welfare of mankind.
|Akshay said: (May 11, 2016)|
|Objectives Resolution (the resolution that defined the aims of the Assembly) was moved by Nehru in 1946.
On the basis of the Objectives Resolution, India's Constitution gave institutional expression to the fundamental commitments: equality, liberty, democracy, sovereignty and a cosmopolitan identity.
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