R. Venkataraman Quote

There are two things to remember. If the President is asked to do something against the Constitution, the mere fact that the Cabinet has reiterated its earlier decision may not be binding on him. If it is an administrative matter, then the reaffirmation of the earlier decision by the Cabinet will, of course, be binding. But no government and no Cabinet can ask the President to do something that is unconstitutional. So, this line of distinction will have to be drawn.


On the issue of Constitutional right - if Constitutionally was it right of the President not to give the Cabinet recommendation. - The Rediff Interview/R Venkataraman

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There are two things to remember. If the President is asked to do something against the Constitution, the mere fact that the Cabinet has reiterated...

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There are two things to remember. If the President is asked to do something against the Constitution, the mere fact that the Cabinet has reiterated...

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There are two things to remember. If the President is asked to do something against the Constitution, the mere fact that the Cabinet has reiterated...

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There are two things to remember. If the President is asked to do something against the Constitution, the mere fact that the Cabinet has reiterated...