Distinguish between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policy.
|Fundamental Rights||Directive Principles of State Policy|
|They are provided in Part III of the Constitution.||They are provided in Part IV of the Constitution.|
|They are justiciable and citizens can seek protection from a High Court or Supreme Court.||They are not justiciable or enforceable by any court of law.|
|They are privileges for citizens to enjoy.||They are to be used by the government to create privileges for the citizens.|
|They act as a certain kind of restriction on the State.||They are directions for the State to attain a certain set of objectives.|
|Their objective is to establish political democracy.||Their objective is to establish a WelfareState.|
|Since they are concerned with an individual’s rights, their scope is limited.||As they deal with a wide range of subjects including international peace and security, their scope is wide.|