Impact of Dr.B.R.Ambedkar’s Articles No. 14th,15th, 19th of Indian Constitution on Indian Economy

Dr.Tejaswinii V. Shende

Abstract


Father of Indian Constitution  Dr. B. R. Ambedkar. It is longest constitution in the world with 448 articles, 22 parts,12 schedules. The Republic is governed in terms of the Constitution of India which was adopted by the Constituent Assembly on 26th November, 1949 and came into force on 26th January, 1950. The constitution of India is the supreme law in India. The constitution has the framework for economical, political principles, procedures, and power of government. In India, Justice, Parliament, Election and RBI these all sector are independent to take any kind of decision separately.

          India is facing lots of problem since Independence. Before independence in the Indian Economy, generally economy was divided into three sector Primary sector special Agriculture, Agriculture low production, excess labour force, child labour, low income, holding land etc., Secondary sector is related Industries, manufacturing production, raw material, suitable machinery, skilled labour, trade and commerce within country and foreign country. Tertiary sector or service sector like transport, communication, Medical and Education, Banking, tourism etc.last in 1980. India facing many problems of currency,deficit of foreign currency in import –export.

Dr.B.R.Ambedkar’s in 1923 mentioned Globalization, Privatization and liberalisation, so that free trade policy, then in 1991, the turning point of Indian economy because revolutionary changes was, India excepted Globalization, Privatization and liberalisation, so that free trade policy in  import and export. Import and export for of new technology, advanced skills, quality of raw material like quality of high production of seeds, advance technology for irrigation, godown for production, raw materials for all sectors, his preamble fundamental rights, articles 14,15 and 19 regarding economy, it helped to remove economical inequality, freedom of business, education, medical, transportation, fixing Prices etc  this all things shows only Indian growth and development.

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