Federalism will not be diluted by merely using term 'Central Government' instead of 'Union Government': Delhi High Court

The High Court rejected the argument that the use of the expression ‘Central Government’ gives the impression that State governments are subordinate to the Union Government.
North and South Block
North and South Block

Federalism is a part of the basic structure of the Indian Constitution and it will not be diluted merely because the expression 'Central Government' is used and not 'Union Government', the Delhi High Court recently held [Atmaram Saraogi v Union of India].

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