Civics

Which article gave wide power to the central government?


ANSWER

356


SOLUTION
Article 356 gave wide powers to the central government to assert its authority over a state if civil unrest occurred and the state government did not have the means to end unrest. This is one of the articles that gave the Indian constitution some amount of unitary character.
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