Fundamental Duties in Indian Constitution | Part IV A – Article 51A | Indian Polity
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Course on Indian Constitution – https://learn.finology.in/courses/legal/the-constitution-of-india-part-1 Three important parts of the Indian Constitution are … .

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  1. Emergency of 1975 was a perfectly right step taken by the government. PM was forced to declare it because undue pressure was exhorted to disstabilise the Government. It is natural that post emergency situation is unpleasant, but it was a necessary evil. India needs emergency at intervals, because excessive liberal constitutional provisions leads to anarchy and to deal with such situations emergency provisions are there in the same Constitution. People of India have to understand it very much and learn to live a disciple democratic life. Today also such a situation has arisen, and hence a sensible government must invoke the said article of 352 to control the disturbing situation s deliberately being created by such elements. If not declared, India would plunge into a disaster very soon.Earnestly appealing to government to declare National Emergency at the earliest before 15th August.

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