To prepare for INDIAN POLITY for any competitive exam, aspirants have to know about Centre-State Relations. It gives an idea of all the important topics for the IAS Exam and the polity syllabus (GS-II.). This is an essential portion of the polity. As IAS aspirants, you should be thorough with Centre-State Relations. In this article, you can read all about the Frictional Areas in Centre-State Relations.
|FRICTIONAL AREAS IN CENTRE-STATE RELATIONS|
- Mode of appointment and dismissal of governor;
- Discriminatory and partisan role of governors;
- Imposition of President’s Rule for partisan interests;
- Deployment of Central forces in the states to maintain law and order;
- Reservation of state bills for the consideration of the President;
- Discrimination in financial allocations to the states;
- Role of Planning Commission in approving state projects;
- Management of All-India Services (IAS, IPS, and IFS);
- Use of electronic media for political purposes;
- Appointment of inquiry commissions against the chief ministers;
- Sharing of finances (between Centre and states);
- Encroachment by the Centre on the State List.