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The Indian Constitution has borrowed the principles of liberty, equality and fraternity from which constitution?

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The Indian Constitution has borrowed the principles of liberty, equality and fraternity from which country's constitution?

भारतीय संविधान द्वारा समानता, स्वतंत्रता और भाईचारे का सिद्धांत किस देश के संविधान से लिया है?

(A) Germany

(B) USA

(C) Ireland

(D) France
asked Feb 4 in India GK by GopalKrishan (9,910 points)

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Correct Answer - (D) France

The principles of liberty, equality and fraternity have been borrowed from the French constitution.

answered Feb 4 by Hoshiar (14,460 points)

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