A question about unelected cm of a state


According to the constitution, anyone can be chosen for Chief Minister of a state, provided he / she has the majority support of the state MLAs and the Governor is convinced. But, he / she must contest and win in an election from any constituency within six months. If he / she loses, cannot continue to be the CM. So far it is fine.

My question is : If he / she contests from a constituency within one or two months and loses the election, can he / she contest again from some other constituency within that six months period? Is there any limit for how many times one can attempt? 

 
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Jahanpana!

Of which state do you want to become CM? Why keeping you aim so low at CM position? You should be our PM? 

 
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Hahahaha.... 

I got your point - Aim High! 

But my question is about an ambiguity in the constitution. 

 
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Oh I see, you want to correct the constitution? That is job of parliament, let them worry about it. 

 
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Why only at State level? Ideality demands that this should apply even at Centre.

 

Had this question occured in someone's mind earlier, or at least 10 / 13 years ago so many pains of wrong DIE-ci-SHUNS, scams etc could have been avoided at National & State levels. It will be in the interest of the Nation to have responses from learned members.

 
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You are right Suresh. I want a reply from experts in law. 

 
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7.2.17

Shahjahan JI,

Wait is already on.

 
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