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Centre-State Relations

Centre-State Relations

Centre-State Relations Evidently the six non-Congress(I) chief ministers who met in Calcutta on January 28 to consider centre-state relations and related matters chose to be far more restrained in their joint statement than each of them was in his individual remarks at the conference on practically every issue, particularly on issues like the appointment and role of governors and application of Article 356 which authorises governors to recommend dismissal of state governments. All that is demanded in the statement is an early conference of chief ministers for an in-depth discussion on the report of the Sarkaria Commission before the centre takes any decisions on the commission's recommendations.

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