Who Described Indian Constitution as Quasi Federal?

By Shiwani Kumari|Updated : July 25th, 2022
  1. Jennings
  2. K. C. Wheare
  3. Morris Jones
  4. B. R. Ambedkar

Answer: Option B, K. C. Wheare
C. Wheare described the Indian Constitution as quasi-federal. 

  • Quasi Federal means a federal form of government where more power is given to the central government than the state government.
  • India is considered a quasi-federal or semi-federal form of government.
  • The Supreme Court of India has also described the Indian Consitution as Quasi Federal. 

Summary:

Who Described Indian Constitution as Quasi Federal?

The Indian Consitution is described as Quasi Federal by K. C Wheare. In such a form of government, the power is divided unequally into the Centre and State governments. The Centre enjoys more power.

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