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. 


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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