Civics

Which type of Constitution is used by India?


ANSWER

Both Rigid and Flexible


SOLUTION
The structure of the constitution can be decided on the basis of amendments. In case the amendment is easy, it is called Flexible Constitution and in case the amendment is difficult, it is called the Rigid Constitution. The constitution of India is a combination of both rigid and flexible factors.
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