Federal Government in India
Federalism is part of the basic structure and framework of the Constitution of India that can not be changed or modified in any way. Federalism refers to the relationship between the Central and State governments of India. The Supreme Court possesses the power to settle matters between the state governments.
The legislative powers under the Federal structure of India have been divided into three lists:
- Union List
- State List
- Concurrent List
India also grants 'economic federalism' as the state governments have the right to decide upon their finances.
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