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Correct Option is KC Wheare

KC Wheare described the Constitution of India as quasi-federal. He remarked that “Indian Union is a unitary state with subsidiary federal features rather than a federal state with subsidiary unitary features" Ivor Jennings has described it as a “federation with a strong centralising tendency”. He observed that “the Indian Constitution is mainly federal with unique safeguards for enforcing national unity and growth”. Granville Austin called the Indian federalism as “cooperative federalism".He said that though the Constitution of India has created a strong central government, it has not made the state governments weak and has not reduced them to the level of administrative agencies for the execution of policies of the Central government. Morris Jones termed it as a “bargaining federalism".

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