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The Authority and Jurisdiction of Parliament 11 through motions on matters of urgent public importance, private members’ resolutions and other substantive motions. Discussions can take place on annual reports of Departments. Government lapses in specific fields can be discussed or local problems aired through cut motions. Opportunities for criticism as well as for influencing governmental policy always exist during the various stages of discussion on Bills. In extreme cases, the Government can be censured or a motion of no-confidence moved against it.

It is the sole judge of its own procedure. Even procedural lapses do not vitiate its proceedings42. Until a Bill becomes law, the legislative process not being complete, the Courts cannot interfere nor can a Court suo motu declare void or directly annul a law immediately after it is promulgated unless its interpretative function is sought by any person or party who challenges that law as having infringed his rights on the ground of its being ultra vires of the power of the legislative body43. The traditional Rule regarding the locus standi has since been relaxed considerably and the Supreme Court has permitted “public interest litigation” at the instance of public spirited citizens for the enforcement of constitutional and legal The Supreme Court was provided with exclusive jurisdiction with regard to the determination of constitutional validity of Union Laws under article 131A, inserted by the Constitution (Forty-second Amendment) Act, 1976.

Arunachal Pradesh 2 - - 3. Assam 14 1 2 4. Bihar 40 7 - 11 - - 2 - - 5. Chhattisgarh 6. Goa 7. Gujarat 26 2 4 8. Haryana 10 2 - 9. Himachal Pradesh 4 1 - 10. Jammu & Kashmir 6 - - 11. Jharkhand 14 1 5 12. Karnataka 28 4 - 13. Kerala 20 2 - 14. Madhya Pradesh 29 6 9 15. Maharashtra 48 3 4 16. Manipur 2 - 1 17. Meghalaya 2 - - 18. Mizoram 1 - 1 19. Nagaland 1 - - 20. Orissa 21 3 5 21. Punjab 13 3 - 22. Rajasthan 25 4 3 23. Sikkim 1 - - 24. Tamil Nadu 39 7 - 36. The Representation of the People Act, 1950, s.

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