In India, a Tax on Agricultural Income Can Be Levied by - Legal Reasoning

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In India, a tax on agricultural income can be levied by 

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  • both the Central and State Governments 

  • neither the Central nor the State Governments 

  • only the State Governments 

  • only the Central Government

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only the State Governments 

Concept: Indian Constitution (Entrance Exams)
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