Amendment in Article 368 of Indian constitution
Amendments to the Indian Constitution can be made through the procedure outlined in Article 368, which requires a special majority in Parliament and, in some cases, ratification by state legislatures.
Amendments to Article 368 have been made to:
- Change the procedure for amending the Constitution.
- Specify provisions that require ratification by states.
- Add or modify provisions that affect the federal structure, powers of states, and the representation of certain communities.
- Establish new procedures for specific amendments.