INTER-STATE RELATIONS DURING THE GLOBAL PANDEMIC

Authors

  • Dr. Niteen Tulshiram Katrojwar, Dr. Mangesh Govindrao Acharya

Abstract

The success of the Indian federal system depends not only on the cordial relations and close partnership between the Center and the states, but also on the interrelationships of the states. In order to prevent the growing infection of the global pandemic COVID-19, it is necessary to have mutual coordination among various states. By envisaging similar circumstances, the framers of the constitution scripted the provisions of inter-state relations with the aim of strengthening mutual coordination between states. In India's federal system, differences between states on various issues are not new.

A recent example of this can be seen in the gambling differences between Kerala and Karnataka due to the circumstances arising from the global pandemic COVID-19. Apart from this, another example of lack of mutual coordination between states can also be seen in the migration of workers from different states to their home districts and villages. This kind of chaos in the last few days shows that there is a lack of mutual coordination and cooperation between states and crisis management in adverse situations.

This research paper will attempt to understand the inter-state relations and their importance in light of the differences between Kerala and Karnataka and the reasons for migration due to lack of mutual coordination between states.

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Published

2020-11-02

How to Cite

Dr. Niteen Tulshiram Katrojwar, Dr. Mangesh Govindrao Acharya. (2020). INTER-STATE RELATIONS DURING THE GLOBAL PANDEMIC. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 11531 - 11535. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2945