See also edit Sarkaria commission References edit a b The Tribune, Chandigarh, India - Nation Sarkaria Commission Report on Centre-State Relations 1988 a b India And The Challenges Of The Twenty First Century Inter-State Council: Some Progress For State's Rights Sarkaria commission Report. Emergency Provisions Chapter VII. Deployment of Union Armed Forces in States for Public Order Duties Chapter VIII. All India Services Chapter IX. Inter-Governmental Council Chapter X. Financial Relations Chapter XI. Economic and Social Planning Chapter XII. In case of such termination or resignation of the Governor, the Government should lay before both the Houses of Parliament a statement explaining the circumstances leading to such removal or resignation, as the case may be; (vii) After demitting his office, the person appointed as Governor should not be eligible for any other appointment or office of. Industries Chapter XIII. Mines and Minerals Chapter XIV. Agriculture Chapter XV. Forests Chapter XVI. Food and Civil Supplies Chapter XVII. Inter-State River Water Disputes Chapter XVIII. Trade, Commerce and Inter-course within the Territory of India Chapter XIX. Chapter 0. it gave suggestions like centre should consult state before legislation on concurrent list, river water dispute tribunal award should be binding on parties three months after award is given by tribunal, and centre should make deliberate use of art 258.
The Commission found that consultation with the Chief Minister has not invariably been taking place in recent years. The general practice, as far as the Commission has been able to ascertain, seems to be that the Union Government merely informs the Chief Minister that a certain person is being appointed as the Governor of the State.