While the goals are inspiring, one may wonder that if a person can not file cases under DPSPs how are they helpful to the lives of the ordinary Indian? All laws and amendments after independence must uphold these guidelines. So, the importance of DPSPs is that they approach the future with optimism and hope. This leads us to the question, are fundamental rights more important than directive principles because they are enforceable? In many cases, it has been debated whether either have supremacy over the other. Finally, in Minerva Mills vs Union of India, 1980, the supreme court held that the doctrine of harmonious construction should be applied because they are both complementary to each other, therefore, need to be balanced.