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The President of India is the Constitutional Head of the Indian Republic. in this Context, Answer the Following Questions: Mention Three Types of Emergencies that the President is Empowered to Proclaim - ICSE Class 10 - History and Civics

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The President of India is the Constitutional Head of the Indian Republic. In this context,
answer the following questions:

Mention three types of Emergencies that the President is empowered to proclaim.

Solution

The President is empowered to proclaim the following three types of emergencies:

  • National of General Emergency: If there is a danger of foreign aggression or danger to the peace and security of the country because of civil war, insurgency or any other such cause.
  •  Breakdown of Constitutional Machinery: If the constitutional machinery has broken down or there is a deadlock because of political uncertainties or otherwise (Article 356).
  • Financial Emergency: If a setback to the financial stability or credit feasibility of the country has occurred or is likely to occur.
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 2015-2016 (March) (with solutions)
Question 4.2 | 3.00 marks
Solution The President of India is the Constitutional Head of the Indian Republic. in this Context, Answer the Following Questions: Mention Three Types of Emergencies that the President is Empowered to Proclaim Concept: Union Executive - the President.
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