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Explain the three fold distribution of legislative powers between the union and the state government in India. - 3 marks question

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Dear Student,

The division of force between the Central and State Governments is done in a three crease circulation of authoritative forces between the Union and the State Governments. There are three records - Union List, State List and Concurrent List with rarely mentioned Fiduciary list.

1. Union List: It incorporates subjects of public significance, e.g., protection of the country, international concerns, banking, correspondence and money. The Central Government alone can settle on choices on these issue. The point of remembering these issue for Union List is to guarantee consistency in the arrangement of these territories all through the country.

2. State List: It comprises subjects of state and nearby significance like police, exchange, business, farming and water system. The State Governments alone can settle on laws and choices on these zones.

3. Concurrent List: It incorporates those subjects which are of normal premium to both the Central just as State Governments. It incorporates matters like instruction, woods, marriage and worker's organizations. Both the State and Central Governments can settle on choice on these issue.
4. Fiduciary list: It comprises subjects which are nowhere mentioned in above three lists and both centre and state can make laws on the same.

Regards.

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