Explain any three unitary features of the Indian Constitution.
The following are three important Unitary features of the Constitution of India:
Single Constitution - Unlike other federations in the world, the states in India have not been given the right to make or unmake their own Constitution. Also, the states do not have the authority to initiate amendments to the Constitution.
Single Citizenship - The Constitution of India grants single citizenship to all Indian citizens. It is common to all the people of various states and Union Territories in the country.
Single Unified Judiciary - India has a single unified judiciary with the Supreme Court at its apex and the High Courts and Subordinate Courts serving as the base. There are no separate laws for states, and a single civil and criminal procedure operates throughout India.