Why President's rule is imposed in any state, know what is the process
Why President's rule is imposed in any state, know what is the process

Mumbai: After the results of the assembly elections in Maharashtra, the work of forming the government has not been completed yet. Meanwhile, the speculation of imposing President's rule in the state has intensified. Articles 356 of the constitution have provisions related to President's rule. After the imposition of President's rule in any state, that state comes directly under the control of the Central Government.

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According to Article 356, if the President is satisfied that the state government is not working according to the various provisions of the Constitution, then he can impose President's rule in that state. However, it is not necessary that the President should do this only on the basis of the Governor's report. According to Article 365, if a state government does not follow the constitutional instructions given by the central government, then in this condition President's rule can be imposed in that state. However, within two months of the imposition of President's rule, it is necessary to approve it from both the houses of Parliament.

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The presidential rule can be imposed even if no party has got the majority after the election. Apart from this, if any party has got a majority, but it refuses to form the government. Then the governor should not find any other coalition that is in the stage of forming the government, even then President's rule can be implemented.

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