i. Every state in India has a Legislative Assembly.
ii. The political party that has the majority is called the ruling party.
iii. The Head of the State is the Governor.
i. Some MLAs have dual responsibilities: one as an MLA and the other as a minister. True
ii. In a monarchy, people organise meetings to voice their opinions and protest against the government. False
iii. Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLAs) are elected by the people. True
Ans. Members of Legislative Assembly
Ans. The Head of the State is the Governor.
Ans. Laws for the entire country are made in the Parliament.
Ans. 'Governor of state' is appointed by the Central Government.
Ans. Chief Minister is the executive head of state in India.
Ans. Government works at three levels – local, state and national.
Ans. Governor of state is appointed to ensure that the State Government works within the rules and regulations of the Constitution.
Ans. Public Works Department, the Agriculture Department, the Health Department, the Education Department and so on.
Ans. Wallpaper is an interesting activity through which research can be done on particular topics of interest.
Ans. In a democracy, people organise meetings to voice their opinions and protest against the government.
Ans. A Legislative Assembly is a place where all the MLAs, whether from the ruling party or from the opposition meet to discuss various things.
Ans. In common usage the word ‘government’ refers to government departments and various ministers who head them.
Ans. All the MLAs who gather together (assemble) in the legislative assembly are called the Legislature.
Ans. At times, the ruling party may not be a single party but a group of parties working together. This is called a coalition.
Ans. The Indian National Congress, Bharatiya Janata Party, Nationalist Congress Party, Communist Party of India etc.
Ans. Telangana became the 29th State of India on the 2nd June 2014, after the reorganisation of the State of Andhra Pradesh.
Ans. Opposition parties play the role of questioning government decisions and actions as well as raise new issues for consideration in the Assembly.
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