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Question
The Constitution of India bears the influence of the
Constitutions of several countries. Which country exerts the
greatest influence in the framing of the ?Directive
Principles of State Policy? in our Constitution?

(a) Ireland

(b) France

(c) Japan

(d) Russia
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# 1
( a ) Ireland 
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Answer
# 2
IRELEND 
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its a ireland 
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the correct answer is France because the French ruled many
portions of india for a long time.
 
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