Directive principles and fundamental rights: Intricacies and precedence
The difference between Directive Principles and Fundamental Rights is that the Fundamental Rights are enforceable by courts while the Directive Principle of Policy is not tenable. The provisions contained in this Part shall not be enforced by any court. Nevertheless, the elements in them are fundamental in the governance of the country and in making the law, implementation of these elements is the duty of the state. So to connect them together by doing something without doing any kind of amendment. After all the efforts to make everything look balanced if any interpretation is done then the court has to implement Fundamental rights over DPSP.