2nd December 2019 | Prelims Daily with Previous Year Questions

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Khiran Kumar
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4 of 5 questions answered correctly

You have reached 4 of 5 points, (80%)

Hari Om Jadam
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4 of 5 questions answered correctly

Arya Singh
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3 of 5 questions answered correctly

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Annie 1
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Hello Team,
I have a doubt on answer 2.
I know Fundamental Duties are not enforceable by themselves unlike Fundamental Rights, but FDs are enforceable by law.
Lakshmikant Chapter 9 says:
“Moreover, there is no legal sanction against their violation. However, the Parliament is free to enforce them by suitable legislation. ”
Another section in same chapter by the name “Verma Committee Observations” also gives examples laws made to enforce FDs
Can you please help me in resolving this doubt?
Thanks.

Yash M
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