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Fundamental Rights-Part 4
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This course deals with the various articles contained in Part III of the Indian Constitution. This is a continuation of the previous lesson

Sweta Chowdhury
Xaverian and Presidencian possessing B.A. and M.A. in Political Science with a quest for liberating through knowledge. UGC NET qualified.

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Hello Bhavin Sir....will remunerative directorship or remunerated activity come under office of profit or not and why ??
Bhavin Sangoi
3 years ago
If it's given by government then most probably yes, unless Parliament has declared that position out of office of profit preview. But if somebody is working in private sector, then that won't be considered as office of Profit. Office of Profit provision was inserted in constitution so that government doesn't use various positions under government companies, committees, commission and other government bodies to induce members of Parliament whose job is keep check on Government. Just imagine if you are leader of opposition and I as a PM appoint you as director of ONGC, which is a PSU, then would you speak against me even if I have indulged in malpractice.