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Correct Option is Chamapakam Dorairaja case

This conflict between Fundamental Rights and DPSP came to the Supreme Court for the first time in Champakam Dorairajan Case (1952). The Supreme Court held that Article 37 expressly says that the directive principles are not enforceable by the court. Supreme Court mandated that the chapter on Fundamental Rights in the constitution is sacrosanct and the directive principles have to conform to and run subsidiary to the chapter on Fundamental Rights. This means that Fundamental Rights were given superiority over the Directive principles.

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