What is Article 371J?

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Updated on: November 9th, 2023

Article 371 J authorizes specific amenities for the Karnataka area of Hyderabad-Karnataka. According to this Article, the Karnataka Governor has the authority to create a separate development board to oversee the Hyderabad-Karnataka area. The 98th Constitutional Amendment Act of 2012 included this provision in the Indian constitution.

Article 371 J of the Constitution of India

Article 371 J of the Indian constitution grants the Governor of Karnataka the authority to establish a separate development board for the Hyderabad-Karnataka area of Karnataka. The Governor of Karnataka has particular obligations under Article 371 of the Constitution:

  • Establishing a separate development board for the Hyderabad-Karnataka region of Karnataka.
  • Reserving the seats for the persons belonging to that region in the State Government posts.
  • Reserving the seats for the native individuals in the vocational training or educational institutions within the region.
  • Equitably allocating the fund requirement for the expenditure for developing the region.
  • Making a provision that a report on the working of the board would be placed every year before the State Legislative Assembly.

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