Civics

The President's rule is imposed for the period of _______________.


ANSWER

6 months


SOLUTION
The President's Rule can be imposed on the ground of failure of constitutional machinery in the states or when states do not comply with the directions given by Central Government. (Article 356). The Proclamation must be approved by both the Houses within two months of the issue and once approved it continues for Six Months.
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