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Report No. 259

Chapter - III

Constitutional Context

3.1 Recognizing the significance of child-care and development in realizing the goal of national progress, the Founding Parents enacted several provisions concerning welfare and development of children, especially in Parts III and IV of the Constitution. The Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policy have provided an inspiration to all legislations concerning child welfare, education and development.

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