Part IV of the Indian Constitution deals with Directive Principles of State Policy. This feature of Indian Constitution was influenced by a similar feature of

  1. Canadian Constitution
  2. Australian Constitution
  3. American Constitution
  4. Irish Constitution


The principles adopted from Canada were federal government with strong centre and also distribution of powers between central government and state governments along with placing residuary powers with central government. From Australia, the idea of having a Concurrent list of shared powers was used as well and some of the terminology was utilized for the preamble. From Ireland, directive principle of state policy was adopted.

Correct option is D.