Civics

The President's Rule under Article $$356$$ of Constitution remains valid in the State for the maximum period of _____________.


ANSWER

Six months


SOLUTION
A Proclamation imposing the President's rule must be approved by both the Houses of the Parliament within two months from the date if it's issue. If approved by both the Houses the President's rule continues for six months. It can be extended for maximum period of three years with the approval of the Parliament every 6 months.
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