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In which amendment were the words "Socialist, Secular and Integrity" inserted into the Indian constitution?

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When were the words "Socialist, Secular and Integrity" inserted into the Indian constitution?

"समाजवाद, धर्मनिरपेक्ष और अखंडता" शब्दों को भारतीय संविधान में किस संशोधन के द्वारा जोड़ा गया?

(A) 86th Amendment

(B) 74th Amendment

(C) 42nd Amendment

(D) 44th Amendment
asked Dec 29, 2017 in India GK by GopalKrishan (9,630 points)

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Correct Answer - (C) 42nd Amendment

The words "Socialist, Secular and Integrity" were added into the Indian constitution in the 42nd amendment in 1976, it is also known as "mini constitution".

answered Dec 29, 2017 by Hoshiar (14,010 points)

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