3 edition of Evolution of parliamentary privileges in India till 1947 found in the catalog.
Evolution of parliamentary privileges in India till 1947
Salil Kumar Nag
|Statement||Salil Kumar Nag.|
|LC Classifications||JQ256 .N33 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 360 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||360|
|LC Control Number||78901504|
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The Governor of Bengal Lord Lytton complained to the Viceroy about the practice of bribing members of the Legislative Council in the early s (Evolution of Parliamentary Privileges in India till ; Salil Kumar Nag; ; page ).
Therefore, it is evident that my amendment is designed merely to enable the Governor to hold the fort till the President takes the situation in his own hand. since we have adopted the parliamentary form of Government, that the ultimate executive authority resides in the Council of Ministers headed by the Prime Minister.
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The immediate worries were rehabilitation of millions of refugees and restoration of industrial and agricultural infra-structure. The national exchequer was empty. India refused to transfer Pakistan’s Author: Amjed Jaaved.
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