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Govt not to hurry to ratify President's Rule in Arunachal Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, President's Rule, Supreme Court ,Arunachal Pradesh crisis,nabam tuki, J P Rajkhowa,president


Govt not to hurry to ratify President's Rule in Arunachal Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, President's Rule, Supreme Court ,Arunachal Pradesh crisis,nabam tuki, J P Rajkhowa,president

Unlike other Presidential proclamations, government will not rush to ratify President's Rule in Arunachal Pradesh in the Budget Session of Parliament, with the matter pending before the Supreme Court.

It will wait for the Supreme Court to deliver its verdict in the matter before moving for the ratification in the session beginning February 23.

Generally, such proclamations as also Ordinances are taken up on a priority basis for consideration.

As per Article 356 of the Constitution, the proclamation of President's Rule will cease to operate within two months unless "it has been approved by resolutions of both Houses of Parliament".

President's Rule was imposed in Arunachal Pradesh on January 26 following political instability in the state.

"Passage of resolutions in both Houses to ratify the proclamation of President's Rule is our priority. But we will have to wait for the Supreme Court to deliver its verdict on the issue," a senior government functionary said.

"When the matter is before the apex court, we cannot get a resolution ratifying President's Rule passed," he said.

If the resolution is moved, the government will face challenge for its passage in the Rajya Sabha where it lacks the numbers.

It was decided to give 26 items 'top priority' as the ministries wanted them to be introduced and passed in the Budget Session itself.

A total of 16 bills, including the GST Bill, Lokpal (amendment) Bill, Factories (Amendment) Bill and the Anti-Hijacking Bill are pending in Parliament -- five in Lok Sabha and 11 in the Rajya Sabha.

Besides Mr Naidu, Union Ministers Narendra Singh Tomar, Prakash Javadekar, Najma Heptullah and Jayant Sinha were also present in the meeting.

The first part of the session is from February 23 to March 16, while the second part is from April 25 to May 13.

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