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Whether a legislative assembly seat can be reserved for a religious minority after a State enters the Indian Union?

Whether the legislature has the authority to enact legislation that reserve a greater number of seats than what is necessary given the size of the community in the State?


Since the Parliament has the authority to admit states under certain conditions as it sees fit, it is established that newly admitted states cannot be completely equal to the existing states of the Union under Article 2 of the Constitution. However, these conditions cannot not establish a system that is incompatible with the traditional institution that the Constitution envisions.

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