Civics

Mention three types of Emergencies, which the Constitution makes provision for.


SOLUTION
The Constitution mentions three types of emergencies:
1. Proclamation of emergency (i.e. National Emergency) - Article 352
2. President's Rule - Article 356
3. Financial Emergency - Article 360
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