The “Instrument of Instructions” contained in the Government of India Act 1935 have been incorporated in the Constitution of India in the year 1950 as
|A|| Fundamental Rights|
|B|| Directive Principles of State Policy|
|C|| Extent of executive power of State|
|D|| Conduct of business of the Government of India|
Ans. B Exp: The directive principles are like instruments of instructions which were issued to the Governor in general and Governors of colonies and to those of India by the British Government under the 1935 Act under the Draft Constitution. It was proposed to issue such instructions to the president and governors. The text of these instruments of the instructions is found in Schedule IV to the Constitution of India.