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Twentieth Amendment of the Constitution of India

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20th Constitutional Amendment | 20th Amendment in Indian Constitution

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Supreme court's determination on the 20th amendment

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Draft bill on 20th Amendment to the Constitution defeated at Uva PC (English)

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Indian constitutional amendments Part 2 || UPSC Civil services preparation

The Twentieth Amendment of the Constitution of India, officially known as The Constitution Act, 1966, inserted a new article 233A inter alia validating the appointments, postings, promotions, and transfers of and judgements, delivered before the commencement of the present Act, by district judges who were appointed, posted, promoted or transferred as a district judge in any State otherwise than in accordance with the provisions of article 233 or article 235 of the Constitution.
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