It is fallacious to think that Directive Principles and Fundamental Rights are opposed to one another in their ultimate objectives. They are in fact complementary and supplementary to each other and both striving to secure socio-economic welfare by ensuring a social order in which justice and individual liberty are safeguarded. Comment critically.

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