With reference to the Keshavananda Bharati Case, the Supreme Court of India mandated that __:
1. Basic features of the constitution of India are not amendable at all
2. Fundamental Rights are counted in the basic features
Which among the above statements is / are correct?

Answer: [A] Only 1

In the Keshavananda v. State of Kerala, 1973, the judgment upheld that the basic features are not amendable at all, though, curiously, fundamental rights are not included in the list of basic features as formulated by the majority and expressed in the Preamble.

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