Civics

The President of India is the Constitutional Head of the Indian Republic.
In this context, answer the following questions :
Mention three types of Emergencies that the President is empowered to proclaim.


SOLUTION
(i) National Emergency- It is declared when President of India is satisfied that the security of India or any part thereof is threatened or is likely to be threatened by war or external aggression.
(ii) Financial Emergency- It is declared when financial stability or credit of India is threatened.
(iii) Constitutional Emergency- It is declared when the government of a state cannot run according to the provisions of the constitution or when a state government is unable to carry out the directions of the Union government due to a political deadlock or failure.
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