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Correct Option is 1,2 and 3

The Emergency provisions are contained in Part XVIII of the Constitution, from Articles 352 to 360. Article 356 (President’s Rule) 1. It can be proclaimed when the government of a state cannot be carried on in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution due to reasons which may not have any connection with war, external aggression, or armed rebellion. 2. It must be approved by both the Houses of Parliament within two months from the date of its issue. If approved by both the Houses of Parliament, the President’s Rule continues for six months. It can be extended for a maximum period of three years with the approval of the Parliament, every six months. 3. Every resolution approving the proclamation of President’s Rule or its continuation can be passed by either House of Parliament only by a simple majority (a majority of the members of that House present and voting). 4. A proclamation of President’s Rule may be revoked by the President at any time by a subsequent proclamation. Such a proclamation does not require the parliamentary approval 5. It has no effect on the Fundamental Rights of the citizens Hence all statements are incorrect.

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