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Changing Geography of Representation-Parliamentary Constituencies from 1951 to 1966

Changing Geography of Representation-Parliamentary Constituencies from 1951 to 1966

Parliamentary Constituencies from 1951 to 1966 R Chandidas The principle of uniformity of size of electoral districts was accepted by the Constituent Assembly and the Constitution fixed maximum and minimum limits. However, the population explosion after Independence made it difficult to stick to them and the limits initially fixed by the Constitution-makers were dropped in 1953 and 1956 by amendment of Article 81 of the Constitution.

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