The Emergency procurements are contained in Part XVIII of the Constitution, from Articles 352 to 360. These procurements empower the Central government to meet any anomalous circumstance viably. The reason-ability behind the consolidation of these procurements in the Constitution is to protect the sway, solidarity, respectability and security of the nation, the majority rule political framework, and the Constitution.
Amid an Emergency, the Central government turns into all intense and the states go into the aggregate control of the Centre. It changes over the government structure into a unitary one without a formal revision of the Constitution. This sort of change of the political framework from government amid typical times to unitary amid Emergency is a remarkable component of the Indian Constitution. In this connection, Dr B R Ambedkar saw in the Constituent Assembly that 1:
‘Every single government framework incorporating American are put in a tight shape of federalism. Regardless of what the circumstances, it can’t change its structure and shape. It can never be unitary. Then again, the Constitution of India can be both unitary and also government as per the necessities of time and circumstances. In ordinary times, it is surrounded to act as a government framework. Be that as it may, in times of Emergency, it is so outlined as to make it function just as it was a unitary framework.’
The Constitution stipulates three sorts of crises:
1.An crisis because of war, outside hostility or furnished rebellion 2 (Article 352). This is famously known as ‘National Emergency’. In any case, the Constitution utilizes the expression ‘decree of crisis’ to signify a crisis of this sort.
2.An Emergency because of the disappointment of the established apparatus in the states (Article 356). This is prominently known as ‘President’s Rule’. It is additionally known by two different names—’State Emergency’ or ‘sacred Emergency’. Be that as it may, the Constitution does not utilize “crisis” for this circumstance.
3.Financial Emergency because of a danger to the monetary soundness or credit of India (Article 360).