7) “A Constitution does not “confer” fundamental rights. It confirms their existence and accords them protection. Above all, the fundamental rights part in the Constitution is a salutary reminder that the powers of the state are not unlimited and that human personality is priceless.” Discuss the significance of this statement.

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Topic: Indian Constitution- historical underpinnings, evolution, features, amendments, significant provisions and basic structure. 

7) “A Constitution does not “confer” fundamental rights. It confirms their existence and accords them protection. Above all, the fundamental rights part in the Constitution is a salutary reminder that the powers of the state are not unlimited and that human personality is priceless.” Discuss the significance of this statement. (200 Words)

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