General Studies: Important for Exam: Indian Polity Test MCQ Part 36

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Q. Assertion (A):

The Judicial Review simply means the governance through the rule of Law.

Reason (R):

Under the power of judicial Review, the higher courts can declare any law of the legislature and order of the executive as void if it is not in conformity with one or more of the constitutional provisions.

Q. Assertion (A):

The Committee system is one of prominent features of the Presidential system.

Reason (R):

The Indian Parliament provides for mainly two types of Committees – Standing and Ad hoc in nature.

Q. Assertion (A):

The Constitution empowers the President to impose President’s rule in a State by invoking Article 356 on the prescribed grounds.

Reason (R):

With the imposition of President’s Rule in a State, the State assembly is dissolved.

Q. Assertion (A):

Under the Indian Constitution, the Governors of the States also enjoy the Ordinance making power.

Reason (R):

The Ordinance making power of the Governors can be subjected to the control of the President.

Q. Assertion (A):

India adopted a federal model of Government.

Reason (R):

The independent nature of judiciary is an indispensable condition for its smooth functioning.

Q. Assertion (A):

The Indian Constitution empowers the Governor to have judicial powers.

Reason (R):

The judicial powers of the Governor are equal to that of the President.