Civics

National emergency can be declared by the President only
I. on grounds of war
II. on grounds of external aggression
III. on grounds internal disturbance
IV. on the written recommendation of the Union Cabinet


ANSWER

I, II, III and IV


SOLUTION
Option D is the correct answer. Article 352 of the Indian Constitution talks about the national emergency. National emergency is imposed whereby there is a grave threat to the security of India or any of its territories due to war, external aggression or armed rebellion. Such emergency shall be imposed by the president on the basis of a written request by the council of ministers headed by the Prime Minister.
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