The Crisis of Democratic Order MCQs Questions for Class 12 Political Science Book chapter 6 with Answers

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Part B Politics in India Since Independence MCQ Questions for Class 12 Political Science

Q1. The ”state of emergency” was declared on

(ii) 13th May 1971
(ii) 23rd May 1972
(iii) 25th June 1975
(iv) 11th March 1975

(iii) 25th June 1975


Q2. In which state Nay Nirman Movement was started?

(ii) Gujarat
(ii) Punjab
(iii) Bihar
(iv) Haryana

(ii) Gujarat


Q3. Mandal Commission was set up for the issue of

(ii) reservation of other backward classes.
(ii) temple conflict.
(iii) welfare of women.
(iv) child labour.

(ii) reservation of other backward classes.


Q4. In which year internal emergency was declared by Smt. Indira Gandhi?

(ii) 1965
(ii) 1971
(iii) 1975
(iv) 1980

(iii) 1975


Q5. The Janata Party made which election into a referendum on the Emergency?

(ii) 1977
(ii) 1980
(iii) 1971
(iv) 1984

(ii) 1977


Q6. Find the odd one put in the context of the proclamation of emergency.

(ii) The call for Total Revolution.
(ii) The Railway strike of 1974.
(e) The Naxalite Movement.
(iv) The Allahabad High Court Verdict.

(ii), (ii) and (iii).


Q7. The Prime Minister of India during 1977-79 was

(ii) Indira Gandhi.
(ii) Charan Singh.
(iii) Chandra Shekhar.
(iv) Morarji Desai

(iv) Morarji Desai


Q8. State whether the following statements regarding the Emergency are incorrect.

(ii) It was declared in 1975 by Indira Gandhi.
(ii) It led to the suspension of all fundamental rights.
(iii) It was proclaimed due to the deteriorating economic conditions.
(iv) Many opposition leaders were arrested during the emergency.

(iii) Incorrect


Q9. Shah Commission was appointed to inquire

(ii) abuse of authority during an emergency
(ii) domestic violence
(iii) child labour
(iv) conditions of Dalits

(ii) abuse of authority during an emergency


Q10. The Bihar movement was led by

(ii) Charu Majumdar.
(ii) J. P. Narayan.
(iii) Morarji Desai.
(iv) C. Natarajan.

(ii) J. P. Narayan.


Q11. After the 1977 general elections, which government came into power?

(ii) Bharatiya Jana Sangh
(ii) Congress
(iii) Janata Party
(iv) Socialist Party

(iii) Janata Party


Q12. Who left Congress party and founded Bharatiya Kranti Dal in 1967?

(ii) Sanjay Gandhi
(ii) Jagjivan Ram
(iii) Chaudhary Charan Singh
(iv) Morarji Desai

(iii) Chaudhary Charan Singh


Q13. The railway strike of 1974 was called by __ led by George Fernandes.

(ii) National Coordination Committee
(ii) National Coordination Corporation
(iii) National Coordination Call
(iv) National Coordination Association

(ii) National Coordination Committee


Q14. Congress was defeated in the lok sabha elections of

(ii) January 1975.
(ii) February 1976.
(iii) March 1977.
(iv) April 1977.

(iii) March 1977.


Q15. Who left the Congress party and founded Bharatiya Kranti Dal in 1967?

(ii) Sanjay Gandhi
(ii) Jagjivan Ram
(iii) Chaudhary Charan Singh
(iv) Morarji Desai

(iii) Chaudhary Charan Singh


Q16. Find the odd one out in the context of proclamation of Emergency.

(ii) The call for ‘Total Revolution’
(ii) The Railway Strike of 1974
(iii) The Naxalite Movement
(iv) The Allahabad High Court Verdict

(iii) The Naxalite Movement


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