What is the nature of the Indian Constitution?

(A) Federal
(B) Unitary
(C) Parliamentary
(D) Federal in nature but unitary in spirit
(E) None of the above/More than one of the above

Correct Answer : Federal in nature but unitary in spirit
Question Asked : 63rd BPSC (Pre.) Exam 2018
Explanation : The Constitution of India is neither purely federal nor purely unitary but it is a combination of both. Similarly, B.N. Banerjee has said that, "The Constitution of India is federal in form but unitary in spirit." In fact the Constitution of India has many federal features as well as unitary features.
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