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    Who among the following has the power to form a new State within the Union of India?

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    President

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    Prime Minister

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    Supreme Court

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    Speaker of Lok Sabha

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    The President is an integral part of Parliament and enjoys several legislative powers which include-

    The power to form a new state. The bill for forming a new State can be introduced by any House of the parliament. But before introducing the bill prior approval or consent of President is mandatory.

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    Proposed states and union territories of India

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    Aspirant states and union territories of India.

    The states of India in 1951. Note that Sikkim was independent until 1975.

    This is a list of proposed states and union territories in India. The constitutional power to create new states and union territories in India is solely reserved with the Parliament of India. The parliament can do so by announcing new states/union territories, separating territory from an existing state or merging two or more states/union territories or parts of them.[1] In addition to the existing 28 states and 8 union territories,[2] several new states and union territories have been proposed throughout India's history.[3]

    The Indian constitution (under Part I: The Union and its territory) allows certain provisions for the creation of new states and union territories:

    Name and territory of the union.

    Admission or establishment of new states.

    Formation of new States and alteration of areas, boundaries or names of other existing states.

    Laws made under articles 2 and 3 to provide for the amendment of the First and the Fourth Schedules and supplemental, incidental and consequential matters.[4]

    However, at the same time, demanding separate statehood from an existing state can lead to criminal charges under the secession law in India.[5][6]

    Contents

    1 History

    2 Table of all proposed States

    3 Andhra Pradesh 3.1 Rayalaseema 4 Assam 4.1 Bodoland 4.2 Karbi Anglong 4.3 Dimaraji 4.4 Barak State 5 Bihar 5.1 Bhojpur 5.2 Mithila 6 Delhi 7 Gujarat 7.1 Bhil Pradesh 7.2 Kutch 7.3 Saurashtra 8 Jammu and Kashmir

    8.1 Jammu state and Kashmir state

    8.2 Panun Kashmir 9 Karnataka 9.1 Karu Nadu 9.2 Tulu Nadu 9.3 Konkan 9.4 Kodagu 10 Madhya Pradesh

    10.1 Baghelkhand, Bundelkhand and Vindhya Pradesh

    10.2 Mahakoshal and Gondwana

    10.3 Malwa 10.4 Rewakhand 11 Maharashtra 11.1 Konkan 11.2 Marathwada 11.3 Vidarbha 12 Meghalaya 12.1 Garoland 13 Mizoram 13.1 Chakmaland 14 Odisha 14.1 Kosal 15 Rajasthan 15.1 Maru Pradesh 16 Tamil Nadu 16.1 Kongu Nadu 17 Tripura 17.1 Tipraland 18 Uttar Pradesh 18.1 Awadh Pradesh

    18.2 Braj Pradesh and Harit Pradesh/Pashchim Pradesh

    18.3 Bundelkhand 18.4 Purvanchal 19 West Bengal 19.1 Gorkhaland 19.2 Kamtapur

    19.3 Junglemahal State

    19.4 North Bengal 20 See also 21 References 22 External links

    History[edit]

    Before independence, India was divided into British-administered provinces and nominally autonomous princely states, which were governed by the British administration. After the partition of India, some of these administrative divisions became part of the Dominion of Pakistan, whilst the remaining states and provinces formed the Dominion of India. The colonial system of administration continued until 1956 when the States Reorganisation Act abolished the provinces and princely states in favour of new states which were based on language and ethnicity.

    Several new states and union territories have been created out of the existing states since 1956. The Bombay Reorganisation Act split the Bombay State into the present-day states of Gujarat and Maharashtra on 1 May 1960 on a linguistic basis.[7] The state of Nagaland was created on 1 December 1963.[8] The Punjab Reorganisation Act, 1966 carved out a new Hindi-speaking state of Haryana from the southern districts of Punjab state,[9] transferred the northern districts to Himachal Pradesh and designated a union territory around Chandigarh, the shared capital of Punjab and Haryana.[10]

    Statehood was conferred upon Himachal Pradesh on 25 January 1971,[11] and upon Manipur, Meghalaya and Tripura on 21 January 1972.[12] The Kingdom of Sikkim joined the Indian Union as a state on 26 April 1975.[13] In 1987, Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram became states on 20 February, followed by Goa on 30 May of the same year. Goa's northern exclaves of Daman and Diu became a separate union territory.[14]

    Three new states were created in November 2000: Chhattisgarh (1 November) was created out of eastern Madhya Pradesh;[15] Uttaranchal (9 November), which was later renamed Uttarakhand,[16] was created out of the mountainous districts of northwest Uttar Pradesh;[17] and Jharkhand (15 November) was created out of the southern districts of Bihar.[18]

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    [Solved] Who has the power to form a new State?

    According to Article 3 of the Constitution of India, Parliament of India can form a new state by separation of a territory from any state.

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