Some important facts about our Constitution

The Constitution of India became effective on January 26 1950. Though it was adopted by the constituent assembly on 26 Nov 1949.
The Constitution of India is the supreme law of India drafted by the constituent assembly superior even to the Parliament.It was written by Dr.B.R. Ambedkar.
It consisted of as many as 395 articles 22 parts and 8 schedules at the time of its enactment. The committee set together to make more than 2000 amendments to get the Constitution.
It looks almost 3 years to draft the Constitution various social, political and economic aspects of the Society were taken into consideration the directive of state policy and the federal structure of the government of India.
It is the longest Constitution that defines the power procedures and responsibilities of the government and the institution of India.It has set a standard that needs to be followed to ensure law and order in the Society and also help to develop and prosper.
Fundamental rights that include the Indian citizen are 1. right to freedom 2. Right to equality 3. Right to cultural and education 4. Right to constitutional remedies 5. Right to exploitation
These are the basic rights that all citizens of country are initiated to irrespective of their caste ,colour,creed,
religion.Some duties of Indian citizen are to respect the Constitution, honour the national flag and anthem, protect the unity and integrity and sovereignty of India and contribute his/her bit in maintaining peace mentioned at length in the Constitution.
The Constitution coming into effect India’s status from” dominion of India” was changed to” republic of India”.
*We should obey and follow our Constitution.
*”I love my India” and “proud to be the citizen of India”.

“Jai hind Jai Bharat”                                                                                                                                    Written by Prachi (Class 7)




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