A) The Courts
B) An effective opposition in Parliament
C) Resources available to the Government
D) Public cooperation
Correct Answer: C
Solution :[c] During the drafting of the constitution. It was almost agreeable that at that point of time, it was not the capability of the Indian State to guarantee right to employment and education to all. This means that it was not the lack of will but was the lack of resources that the state could not guarantee those kinds of rights. The Sapru Report of 1945 divided the fundamental rights into two parts as follows: Justifiable Rights Non-justifiable rights The Justifiable rights were those enforceable by a court of law. These enforceable rights were incorporated in the Part III of the Constitution. The non-justifiable rights were incorporated as a directive to the state to take all measures to provide those rights to individuals without any guarantee. They were incorporated in the part IV of the constitution and were called Directive Principles of State Policy.
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