Emergency Provisions (Indian Polity Questions)

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We bring you this large list of questions from Preamble And Evolution Of Indian Constitution. This should help you in your preparation of Competitive Exams for Indian Polity.
Emergency Provisions (Indian Polity Questions)

  1. Emergency Provisions were borrowed from the Constitution of ——- Germany
  2. Emergency Provisions under Indian Constitution describes the nature of Indian Polity as —–Unitary
  3. Which Article under the Constitution authorizes the President to proclaim an emergency? —– 352
  4. Emergency Provisions are enshrined under Part XVIII of the Constitution.
  5. According to the Article 355, it is the duty of the Union to protect States against External Aggression, Constitutional Breakdown, Internal Disturbance
  6.  The Indian Constitution is designed to work as a Unitary Government during the time of  Emergency
  7. When the National Emergency is declared, the following Article is suspended? 14
  8. While Proclamation of Emergency is in operation, the President cannot suspend certain Fundamental Rights. They are 20 and 21
  9. The final authority to make a Proclamation of Emergency rests with (OR) President is empowered to declare an Emergency.
  10. President can proclaim an Emergency with the recommendation of the Union Cabinet
  11. President can proclaim emergency on the recommendation of the Union Cabinet. Such recommendation shall be –Written recommendation
  12. How many types of emergencies are envisaged by the Constitution? 3
  13. Breakdown of Constitutional Machinery in a State is popularly known as President’s Rule
  14. President’s Rule can be imposed on the States on failure of the constitutional machinery in a State
  15. President’s Rule at the Center is possible during National Emergency
  16. The President can declare National Emergency On the recommendation of the Council of Ministers
  17.  Proclamation of National Emergency ceases to operate unless approved by the Parliament within (OR) Once the National Emergency is proclaimed, it should be approved by the Parliament within (OR) Proclamation issued under Article 352 shall be laid before the Parliament within one month
  18.  Proclamation issued has been approved by the Parliament will be in force for a period of 6 months
  19.  When the Proclamation of Emergency is in operation, Parliament has power to make laws for the whole or any part of the territory of India under List II
  20.  When the Proclamation of Emergency is in operation, the Parliament has special powers to legislate under State List
  21.  The President can declare National Emergency Due to threat arising on account of foreign attack or armed rebellion
  22.  President can proclaim an emergency on the ground of External Aggression, War, Armed Rebellion
  23.  How many times has a National Emergency been declared so far by the President? Thrice
  24.  The President can declare Constitutional Emergency in a State If he is satisfied that a situation has arisen in which the State Government cannot be carried out on in accordance with the Constitution
  25.  Which type of emergency has been declared the maximum number of times? Constitutional Emergency
  26.  Which one of the following types of emergency has not yet declared, till now? Financial Emergency
  27.  A National Emergency can remain in operation with the approval of Parliament for an Indefinite period
  28.  This is not a ground to declare National Emergency. serious internal disturbance
  29.  To declare National Emergency, a decision must be taken by the Cabinet
  30.  Financial Emergency can be proclaimed under the Article 360.
  31.  Who is empowered to proclaim the Financial Emergency? President
  32.  Financial Emergency can be proclaimed on the ground of Any part of the Indian Territory is threatened, Financial stability, Credit of India
  33.  The President can declare Financial Emergency If there is a threat to the financial stability or credit of India
  34.  During a Financial Emergency, the President (i) Order the reduction of salaries of Supreme Court and High Court Judges, (ii) Order the reduction of salaries and allowances of all Central and State Civil Servants, (iii) Ask all States to reserve all the Money or Financial Bills passed by the State Legislature for his consideration
  35.  When the Financial Emergency is under operation, the Union is empowered to Reduce the salaries of its employees
  36.  The three types of Proclamation of Emergency made by the President have to be placed before each House of Parliament for its approval within One month in case of National Emergency and within two months due to breakdown of constitutional machinery and Financial Emergency
  37.  Which one of the following emergencies can be declared by the President only on the receipt in writing of the decision of the Union Cabinet Emergency due to war, external aggression or armed rebellion
  38.  When a Financial Emergency is proclaimed Salaries and allowances of any class of employees may be reduced
  39.  If State fails to comply with the directives of the Central Government, the President can declare breakdown of the constitutional machinery in the State and assume responsibility for its governance
  40.  This is not a ground to declare State Emergency No clear majority
  41.  When a State Emergency is declared, all or any of the functions of the State Government are assumed by the  President
  42.  President made a Proclamation of Emergency on grounds of internal disturbances for first time in 1975
  43.  When the State Emergency is in operation, the President can’t interfere in the matters of State Judiciary
  44.  Who has the duty to protect States against external aggression and internal disturbance? Union Government
  45.  For first time, the President make a Proclamation of Emergency under the Article 352 in 1962

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