Fundamental Duties – 6

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6. The following provision, “Protection of monuments, places and objects of national importance” is a :

(a) Fundamental Right guaranteed by the Constitution of India
(b) Directive Principle of State Policy of the Constitution of India
(c) Fundamental Duty laid down by the Constitution of India
(d) Presidential order in accordance with the Constitution of India

Answer : (b)

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