Consider the following statements: 1. No Proclamation of Emergency can be made by the President of India unless the Union Ministers of Cabinet rank, headed by die Prime Minister, recommended to him, in writing, mat' such a Proclamation should be issued. 2. The President of India must issue a Proclamation of Revocation of Emergency any time that the Lok Sabha passes a resolution disapproving the proclamation or its continuance.
Consider the following statements: If the financial emergency has been declared by the President under the Article 360, then its proclamation: 1. May be revoked or varied by a subsequent proclamation 2. Shall cease to operate at the expiration of two months, unless before the expiration of that period it has been approved by the resolution of both Houses of Parliament
Consider the following statements: 1. While a Proclamation of Emergency is in operation, Article 359 of the Constitution of India does not come into operation till an order is issued by the President specifying the rights which are suspended. 2. While a Proclamation of Emergency is in operation, Article 358 makes the restrictions imposed I by Article 19 non-existent against the state.
Which of the following are not necessarily the consequences of the proclamation of the President's Rule in a State? 1. Dissolution of the State Legislative Assembly 2. The removal of the Council of Ministers in the State 3. Dissolution of the local bodies 4. Takeover of the State administration by the Union Government
Consider the following statements: Proclamation of Emergency under Article 352 of the Constitution of India: 1. Requires written communication of the Union Cabinet to the President to that effect. 2. Can be issued for the whole of India or part thereof. 3. Lapses, if not approved by both Houses of Parliament within a month. 4. Requires a resolution, approving the proclamation passed by both Houses of Parliament only by a majority of the total membership of each House, and not less than 2/3rd members present and voting. 5. Once approved by Parliament can last for six months.
Consider the following statements: The Supreme Court judgement in S.R. Bommai vs. Union of India has been interpreted to mean that the Governor can dismiss a Council of Ministers or die Chief Minister: 1. At his pleasure on his subjective estimate of the strength of the Chief Minister in the Assembly 2. When the Legislative Assembly has expressed its want of confidence in the Council of Ministers. 3. When a measure of die Council of Ministers has been defeated on the floor of the Assembly. 4. When a censure motion against the Council of Ministers has been rejected in the Legislative Assembly.
Assertion (A): An imminent danger of war or external aggression is not enough for the proclamation of emergency. Reason (R): The Proclamation of Emergency shall cease to operate at die expiration of one month unless approved by both the Houses of Parliament.
Which of the following may be done under conditions of financial emergency? 1. Reduction in the number of districts in the country for effecting economy 2. Abolition of all State Legislative Assemblies to reduce expenditure 3. Reduction in the salaries of the judges of the High Court 4. Reservation of Money Bills of State Legislative Assemblies for the consideration of the President
Assertion (A): Proclamation of Emergency can be issued by the President if there is imminent danger of war or external aggression or armed rebellion. Reason (R): The President can suspend the enforcement of all the fundamental rights during the period of Emergency.
Consider the following statements: Parliament may make law on a subject enumerated in State List only if the: 1. President deems it proper that such law is necessary for all the States. 2. Proclamation of Emergency under Article 352 is in operation. 3. Lok Sabha passes a resolution by 2/3"1 majority of its total membership. 4. Governor of the State requests the President for such legislation. Of these statements:
Consider the following statements in respect of provisions as to financial emergency: 1. A proclamation of financial emergency has to be laid before each House of Parliament. 2. A proclamation of financial emergency ceases to operate at the expiration of six months, unless before the expiration of that period, it has been approved by resolutions of both Houses of Parliament.
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