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Whether the President’s rule imposed in the six states were constitutionally valid?

Whether the proclamations were amenable to judicial review?

Whether the fact that no floor test was conducted can be a ground to challenge the validity of the proclamation of the state of Karnataka?


Article 356 of the Constitution of India says if the President, on receipt of a report from the Governor of a State or otherwise, is satisfied that a situation has arisen in which the Government of the State cannot be carried on by the provisions of this Constitution, the President may by proclamation assume to himself all or any of the functions of the Government of the State, declare that the powers of the Legislature of the State shall be exercisable by or under the authority of Parliament and make such incidental and consequential provisions as appear to the President to be necessary or desirable for giving effect to the objects of the proclamation.

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