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Part I - Analysis of Uttarakhand Crisis: Indian Constitution for UPSC CSE
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This lesson deals with Uttarakhand crisis. The lesson starts with an explanation on the background of Uttarakhand political crisis and speaker's role in this crisis. Then it focuses on governer's role and it's consequences. Finally, it concludes with how president's rule is imposed and how CM is related to this entire thing.​

Bhavin Sangoi
BA Political Science and Psychology, Mumbai University. Teaching Polity, Economics and international relations for 7 years.

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if the speaker would have gone for division of votes and the dissending MLA voted against appropriation bill then would be the dissending mla's would have been disqualified or not ??? pls reply bhavin sir
Bhavin Sangoi
2 years ago
Yes, vote against their own government's appropriation bill would have marked those MPs fit for disqualification.
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Upsc upsc
2 years ago
tnks sir for ur reply they mla would be disqualified at that time or after the passing the of the appriation Bill .
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Upsc upsc
2 years ago
and if they vote against the appropriation bill then will govt have to resign
when Prithviraj Chauhan resigned because of corruption charge????
Dear Bhavin, As they say, find happiness in studies, with your crystal clear lectures, I am on cloud nine!!!!!! Hope to see more and more Indian Polity lectures from you!!!!! Sincerely respect your time spent for this noble cause. Please make more videos!!!
What is judicial activism?
Mansi Singh
3 years ago
Judiciary overstepping its jurisdictional boundaries and intervening in policy matters. recent Instances- - SC directing centre to draft policy on drought - SC intervention on BCCI reforms - SC ruling on NEET - SC ruling on playing national anthem in movie theatres
Thank u so much
Does pil comes under judicial activism and who are the people who can file a pil?
Mansi Singh
3 years ago
PIL does manifest into judicial activism. Since it is a matter of public importance, the cases are filed against the State. The innovation in this is that any public spirited person can file a case on behalf of the affected members of the society who happen to be the socio-economically underprivileged in most cases.
Sir, MoF Arun jaitly commented in parliament, SC is step by step and brick by brick Judiciary power overtaking Legislature power, is Judicial activism make decreasing the parliament power? or are they in balance?
Bhavin Sangoi
3 years ago
He is right, this over judicial activism is eroding the power of legislature and executive. I will deal with this issue in detail in my next series on Judiciary.
  1. Course Name: In-depth study of Centre State Relations Lesson Name: Uttarakhand Crisis PRESENTED BY BHAVIN SANGO


  2. About me B.A in Political Science & Psychology Appeared in UPSC CSE Mains VTeaching Indian Polity, International Relations, economics &mental Ability since 5 years Experience of teaching for various competitive exams such as NTSE, CET& UPSC Course Fee: CONTRIBUTE Follow me on: https://Unacademy.in/user/BhavinSangoi


  3. Background In the 71 members Uttarakhand assembly 35 MLAs, including 9 dissident Congress MLAs, opposed passage of 'Appropriation Bill by voice vote and demanded division of vote


  4. Speaker faltered VSpeaker declared bill passed without conducting Ballet voting, but did not send the bill to government as he feared governor might reject the bill due to the manner in which it was passed Speaker disqualified nine congress MLAs, who demanded division of votes


  5. Governor's flip-flop Governor issued notice to CM Harish Rawat to prove majority on the floor of House, on 28th March 2016 Governor sent report to Union Cabinet that Government has lost majority and President rule be imposed because of emergence of sting operation which showed CM Harish Rawat trying to buy his own MLA


  6. Imposition of President's Rule President Pranab Mukherjee was shown video of sting operation, along with certificate of forensic lab which declared video to be genuine. President signec proclamation and assembly was suspended


  7. CM moved HC CM Moved Nainital High Court which rejected President's rule and restored Harish Rawat as CM. HC also ordered floor test to be conducted on 29/04/16


  8. Center moved SC Centre moved SC, which stayed HC orders asked certain tough questions to centre and fixed date for floor test on 10/05/16


  9. Question of authority Who is to decide whether the bill was passed or not? If the speaker claims the bill was passed, can governor reject that claim?


  10. Question of procedure Is it necessary to pass Appropriation Bill by division of votes when demand for grants were voted in such manner Not conducting division of votes was a procedural error, but can article 356 be invoked for such a minor error


  11. Rawat passed the floor test VCM won floor test as he had support of 33 MLAs which include 26 Congress, 6 Progressive democratic front (PDF) and 1 BJP dissident. 1 Congress MLA voted for BJP