One of the distinctive features of the Constitution of India is that it contains a comprehensive list of the Directive Principles. These have been drawn on the lines of Irish Constitution. The difference between the fundamental rights and Directive Principle is that the former are justiceable whereas the latter are not. A citizen cannot seek in a court of law against the State, as per the provisions of the Directive Principle. The centre. States and Local Government have been directed by the constitution to do their best to implement these principles. Public opinion is ultimate sanction behind the Directive Principle. All government are obliged to implement them in order to appease the electorates. The voters adjudge the efficacy or otherwise of a party in power on the basis of welfare measures which it implements as per the Directive Principles. The Directive Principles aim at increasing welfare measures of the people. India is a welfare State and therefore the Directive Principle are very vital. Their implementation enhance the democratic values in a population.