All Amendments of the Indian Constitution at a glance

47. The Constitution (Forty-seventh Amendment) Act, 1984—This amendment is intended to
provide for the inclusion of certain land Reforms Acts in the Ninth Schedule to the Constitution with a
view to obviating the scope of litigation hampering the implementation process of those Acts.
48. The Constitution (Forty-eighth Amendment) Act, 1984—The Proclamation issued by President
under Article 356 of the Constitution with respect to the State of Punjab cannot be continued in force
for more than one year unless the special conditions mentioned in clause (5) of the said Article are
satisfied. As it is felt that the continued force of the said Proclamation is necessary, therefore, the
present amendment had been effected so as to make the conditions mentioned in clause (5) of Article
356 inapplicable in the instant case.

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Published in the Gazette of India Part-II Section 3 Sub Section (i). New Delhi January 18,1997 (Department of Culture) New Delhi, the 9th January, 1997 G.S.R. 43- In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section 17 of the Public Records Act, 1993 (69 of 1993), the Central Government hereby makes the following rules, namely :- Short title […]
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