What was the held in the case of state of Himachal Pradesh v. Raja Mahendra Pal regarding right to livelihood?

In Himachal Pradesh v. Raja Mahendra Pal , it was held that the right to livelihood as contemplated under Article 21 of the constitution cannot be so widely constructed which may result in the defeating the purpose sought to be achieved by the aforesaid Article. It is also true that the right to livelihood would include all attributes of life but the same cannot be extended to the extent that it may embrace of take within its ambit all sorts of claim relating to the legal or contractual rights of parties completely ignoring the person approaching the court and the alleged violation of the said right.