Can a state refuse to act on central law?
- Citizenship being a matter concerning the Union, it is not open to State Assemblies to give their opinion on it — is not valid.
- To the extent that a State government believes that a parliamentary law is not constitutional, it is entirely in order for the State legislature to call for its repeal.
- Further, a resolution is not legislation and is not governed by the principle of legislative competence. It is only an expression of a political opinion