Which of the following parts of constitution explicitly mentions that India is a secular state?

Which of the following parts of constitution explicitly mentions that India is a secular state?
[A]Preamble
[B]Fundamental Rights
[C]Directive Principles of state policy
[D]The Union

Preamble
Preamble of Indian Constitution declares India as SOVEREIGN, SOCIALIST, SECULAR and DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC. The words Socialist, Secular, and Integrity were not in the original constitution and have been inserted by 42nd amendment act 1976

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