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ordinace making power of president ??

president can make ordinaces when parliament is NOT IN SESSION, what does not in session means here??
is it taking about the 3 sessions, Budget session , monsoon session and the winter session . Plz clarify my doubt.

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  • it means that even if one house is not in session, then president cannot make Ordinance.

    Why u ask? cause to make a Law, it must be passed by both house. But in extraordinary situation such as exigency situations, this is not possible if both house are not in session and will delay/hamper the executive's response to the exigency situation. This may have huge impact.

    Thats why Ordinance making power is given to President which he uses on Advice of Council of Ministers. (He only put stamp on it, rest is done by PM and his cronies)
  • president can make ordinaces when parliament is NOT IN SESSION, what does not in session means here??
    is it taking about the 3 sessions, Budget session , monsoon session and the winter session . Plz clarify my doubt.

    Yes, it's the intervening period between two sessions. The sessions are Budget (February - May), Monsoon (July - September) and Winter (November - December). @KumarAnkit
  • edited July 2016

    it means that even if one house is not in session, then president cannot make Ordinance.

    If either house is not in session, the President can promulgate an Ordinance.
    जो उखाड़ना है उखाड़ लो.
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