Extracts of Volume 5 on Internal Security, Criminal Justice and Centre State Cooperation of Commission on Central State Relationship Headed by Justice M. M. Punnchi

The Constitution has assigned to the States the legislative and executive powers in respect of ‘public order’. The same Constitution has assigned to the Central Government the duty ‘to protect every State against external aggression and internal disturbance, so bound by the Constitution and to work together is the crux of the recommendation. For managing internal security in the country, a clear understanding between the Union and the States on sharing this responsibility will be a pre-requisite.


The overall economic development and its ...

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