The Indian Constitution vests the residuary powers with

by gktoday, Indian Polity,

Posted on 08-07-2021 by Admin

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The Indian Constitution vests the residuary powers with

A) The Union Government

B) The State Governments

C) Both the Union as well as State Governments
D) Neither the Union nor the State Governments
According to Article 248 all the residuary legislative power have been provided to the Parliament.The Indian Union reflects the example of Strong Union where the residuary powers of legislation rest with the Parliament.
The residuary powers in the Indian Constitution are vested in the Parliament. The legislative relations between the Union and the states are governed on the basis of those three subjects which have been named as Union List, State List, Concurrent List. ... According to Article 248 of the Constitution, Parliament has been given the power to make laws on such subjects.

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