Position of Legislative Council
The constitutional position of the council (as compared with the assembly) can be studied from two angles:
In the following matters, the powers and status of the council are broadly equal to that of the assembly:
Unequal with Assembly
In the following matters, the powers and status of the council are unequal to that of the assembly:
Even though both the council and the Rajya Sabha are second chambers, the Constitution has given the council much lesser importance than the Rajya Sabha due to the following reasons:
Even though the council has been given less powers as compared with the assembly, its utility is supported on the following grounds:
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