What do you understand by Article 31C of the Indian Constitution?
The 25th Constitutional Amendment of 1971 brought in an addition to the existing Article 31 in the form of Article 31C. Article 31 and its three clauses- A. B, and C, describe the property right of an Indian citizen.
Article 31C states that any law that seeks to execute any or all of the directive principles of Part IV shall not be considered void simply if there is a contravention of the fundamental rights given to the citizens under Article 14 (equality before law) or Article 19 (protection of 6 rights, like the right of speech, assembly, movement, etc.)