The provisions regarding division of taxes between Union and the States :

A) can be suspended during National Emergency

B) can be suspended during Financial Emergency

C) can be suspended only with the consent of the majority of State Legislature

D) cannot be suspended under any circumstances

Correct Answer:
C) can be suspended only with the consent of the majority of State Legislature

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