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Mp Krishnaiah   31 May 2020

under what circumstances an elected government can be dissolved

Dear experts
under what circumstances an elected government can dissolve by the concerned.
public are under the impression that due to the decisions taken by the A.P governament aganist the public welfare and the Honorable HIGH COURT of ap passing the orders aganist the AP governament and the YCP government not honoring the court orders commenting aganist the court and also the police department working as YCP activists etc.
hence experts may give an advice on this issue.
thanq in advance.


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P. Venu (Advocate)     01 June 2020

You find it out and inform us as well.

Dr J C Vashista (Advocate)     01 June 2020

I concur expert advise of Mr. P Venu.

Dhruv Kumar Goel   02 June 2020

Sir, an elected government cannot be "dissolved". However, Lok Sabha or the State Legislative Assembly can be disslolved under Articles 85 and 174 respectively. Also, people cannot remove the government. However, their elected representatives can pass such a motion in Assembly. The government can be ultimately dissolved by the recommendation of the Council of Ministers to the President or the Governor, as the case maybe. Also, the outcomes of these steps is also resignation of Cabinet of Ministers. the rulling party keeps on rulling however the decision taking power is gone as the majority in the Assembly influences the decisions.


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