is this the agitation or to make situation , to justify the Section356 , Where we are going,
We dont know , who wants , but we coming nearer to the section 356, West bengal, all of the sudden the whole west bengal is unstable.......what may be the reasons,
why and who are burning the buses.... and what will be the result, the bad power politics.
Report, the whole kolkata was unstable today, buses are burnt, at Minto park crossing, and the Garihat...... is this the agitation or to make situation , to justify the Section356 to impose on West Bengal
What is section 356
President's rule (or Central Rule) is the term used in india when a state government is dissolved or suspended and is placed under direct federal rule. President's rule is enabled by article 356 of the Constitution of India, which gives the central government the authority to dismiss any state government if there has been failure of the constitutional machinery in the state. President's rule also applies when there is no clear majority to any party or coalition in state assembly.
The state governor can dissolve the house on his own discretion, if there is no clear majority in the house, on the advice of the ruling party or by the central (federal) government. The governor then dissolves the house, placing it in 'suspended animation' for a period of six months. After six months, if there is no clear majority, then fresh elections are held.
It is called President's rule as the President of India governs the state instead of an elected Chief Minister, but administratively the state governor is delegated executive authority on behalf of the central (federal) government. The governor normally appoints advisor(s), who are retired civil servants, to help in administration. Generally policies are controlled by the ruling party at center.