Objective Resolution

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    What is Objective Resolution?

    Objective Resolution
    • Objective Resolution laid down the fundamentals and philosophy for the constitutional structure of India.
    • It was moved in the first session of the Constituent Assembly on 13th December 1946 by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru & adopted by the Constitutional Assembly on January 22, 1947.
    • Basically, these resolutions were the aspirations of people who were making the Constitution. It influenced the eventual shaping of the constitution through all its subsequent stages.
    • Its modified version forms the Preamble of the present Constitution. The preamble is like a summary for the Indian Constitution.

    Seven main provisions mentioned in Objective Resolution

    Objective Resolution Features

    Additionally let us brief into seven important provisions in Objective Resolution.

    1. India to be Democratic, Sovereign, Republic.

    1. India to have a federal form of government with power distribution between the center & States. 

    1. To Provide Freedom of thought, expression, belief, faith, worship, Vocation (JOB), Association & action.

    1. To provide Justice: Social, Political & Economical.

    1. Equality of opportunity, and before the law freedom of thought, expression, belief, faith, etc.

    1. To Provide adequate safeguards for minorities & people from backward & Tribal areas.

    1. To attain a rightful & honored place in the world & make a willing contribution to the promotion of the world peace & welfare of mankind.

    Who moved the objective resolution in the Constituent Assembly?

    Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru moved the Objective resolution in the first session of the Constituent Assembly on 13th December 1946. This resolution was adopted by the Assembly on January 22, 1945.

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