Ordinance making power is not available to the Governor as only the President can promulgate ordinances
Consider the following statements about ordinance making power in India.
1. Ordinances promulgated by the President have the same effect as an act of Parliament.
2. Even if one house of Parliament is not in session, the President can pass an ordinance to amend the constitution of India.
3. The Governor cannot promulgate any ordinance without the instruction from president if a bill containing the same provisions which requires the previous sanction of the president.
Which of the above statement(s) is/are correct?
President has power to promulgate ordinances:
1. It is constitutional for a President to prorogue a house of the Parliament only for promulgating an ordinance.
2. Ordinance promulgated by the President ceases to operate after six months, unless ratified by the Parliament.
3. President’s satisfaction while promulgating an Ordinance was final and could not be questioned in any court on any ground.
Which of the above statements is/are correct?
3. Consider the following statements
1. Article 123 of the Constitution of India gives the President legislative powers to promulgate ordinances.
2. Article 213 of the Constitution of India gives the Governor the power to promulgate ordinances.
Which of the following statements is/are correct?