(Articles 1 to 3 would be in place
of Article 1 to 4 of the existing Constitution)
1. Name and territory of the BHARAT,
shall be a sovereign Country, comprised of several States.
States and the territories thereof shall be specified in a Law to be commenced together with this Constitution.
territories of Bharat shall be comprise-
(a) The territories
of the States and the States under the administrative control of the Government of Bharat, which exists on the day of adoption
of this constitution and shall be specified in such law.
(b) Such other
territories as may be acquired and shall be inserted and referred in such law, as and when acquired.
2. Admission or establishment
of new States.
Parliament may by law admit into the Bharat, or establish, new States on such terms
and conditions, based on the basic structure of this Constitution.
3. Formation of new States and alteration of areas, boundaries or names of existing States.
(1) Parliament, for better administration, may by law-
(a) form a new State
by separation of territory from any State or by uniting two or more States or parts of States or by uniting any territory
to a part of any State;
(b) increase or diminish the area of any State;
(c) alter the boundaries or name of any State:
(2) No Bill shall be introduced in
Parliament, in respect of clause (1) with regards to a State, except a Union territory, unless, President recommends for the
(3) Once a Bill is introduced in either
House of Parliament, it should be forwarded to the legislatures of the respective States for their views and suggestions,
which should be formulated within three months. In case such State or States fails to formulate their views within such subscribed
period, it deemed to be agreed by such State or States as the case may be.
(4) Parliament cannot cede any Indian Territory or any part thereof to a foreign
State, without referendum from Indian Voters enrolled at the material time.
with regards to Admission or Establishment
or formation or alteration of any State shall contain such provision for the amendment in the respective
law as may be necessary to give effect to the provisions of the law and may also contain such supplemental, incidental and
consequential provisions (including provisions as to representation in Parliament and in the Legislatures of the State or
State affected by such law) as Parliament may deem necessary.Such law shall be passed by the strength of seventy percentages of all the members of each House.