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Under the Indian Constitution, concentration of wealth violates
(a) The Right to Equality
(b) The Directive Principle of State Policy
(c) The Right to Freedom
(d) The Concept of Welfare



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The concentration of wealth under the Indian Constitution primarily violates the Directive Principle of State Policy. The Directive Principles aim to distribute ownership and control of resources in a manner that serves the common good. Concentration of wealth goes against this objective by accumulating a significant portion of wealth in the hands of a few individuals or groups.


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