Civics

What is Constitutional provision in respect of jurisdiction of the Union in relation to territories outside India ?


ANSWER

Central Government may be agreement with the territory not being part of the territory of India undertake any executive, legislative or judicial functions vested in the Government of such territory, but every such agreement shall be subject to, and governed by , any law relating to the exercise of foreign jurisdiction for the time being in force


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The Centre has made powerful in India Scheme of Federal Structure. The Power of union to control State extends to the territories outside India. The Government of India may be agreement with the Government of any territory not being part of the territory of India undertake any executive, legislative or judicial functions vested in the Government of such territory, but every such agreement shall be subject to, and governed by, any law relating to the exercise of foreign jurisdiction for the time being in force.
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