Part VI of the constitution of India is not applicable to which State?

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Rahul Roi asked 07-May-2019 in indian Polity and Constitution by Rahul Roi

Part VI of the constitution of India is not applicable to which State?

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Sanjay Goenka answered 31-Dec-2021 by Sanjay Goenka
Part VI of the Indian Constitution was not applicable in the state of Jammu & Kashmir because of the living features of article 370 in the state but, in the current situation after the abrogation of article 370 from the state.

Part VI of the constitution of India is not applicable to which State?


Overview
Part VI of the Indian constitution contains the article from 152 to 237 and earlier these were not applicable in the state of Jammu & Kashmir when the state was governed with its own rule and regulations that were made by their government.
As we can see that in the previous system of government of Jammu & Kashmir has the power to make the rules according to the interest of the state, sometimes which could lead to consequences of the terror attacks in the country.

After the abrogation of article 370
Earlier the part VI of the Indian Constitution did not apply to the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir due to the availability of the special status of article 370 of the constitution under which the state was free to form the rules for their system and in which the central government can’t affair in the matters of that state and hence this was the reason the part VI of the constitution was not applicable in the state of Jammu & Kashmir.

Part VI of the Indian Constitution
Part VI of the constitution have article 152 to 237 in which all the ‘State-related matters have been inscribed and the bonding and authority of state also defined in the part. The part has the provisions of state-related like the authority name as governor, police head legislation working and at all.