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Indian Electricity Scenario Article 1(1) of the Constitution of India declares that India shall be a Union of States. A federal
system of governance requires the distribution of Legislative powers between the Center and the States. In the Indian context, Article 245 to 255 of the Constitution deals with the distribution of Legislative powers. Under the federal structure of governance in India, the legislative powers of the Center and State have been demarcated. Schedule VII of the Constitution of India contains the three Lists and the Parliament and the State Legislatures have the power to make
laws on the subject matters contained in List I(Union List) and List II (State List) respectively. List III (Concurrent List) however, confers powers of legislation with respect to list.

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Mr. Sandip Kene, “CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF ROLE OF VARIOUS INSTITUTIONS IN PROTECTING THE RIGHTS OF ELECTRICITY CONSUMER WITH REFERENCE TO JUDICIAL PRONOUNCEMENT”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 3, no. 1, p. 10, Jan. 2018.