This article is a compilation of Article 2 as it is. You can understand it well, that’s why its explanation is also given below, you must read it. Its explanation is also available in Hindi, for this you can use the link given below;

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📜 Article 2

2.  Admission or Establishment of New States
Parliament may by law admit into the Union, or establish, new States on such terms and conditions as it thinks fit.
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🔍 Explanation

Article 2 refers to the merger and organization of states that are not part of the Indian Union. For example, you can take Goa which was earlier under Portuguese rule, but was merged with India in 1961. That is, only Parliament can enter or establish a new state in India by enactment.

At the same time, Article 3 is about additions and subtractions of territories within the limits of the Indian Union. It means to say that under Article 2 there is geographical expansion of the Indian Union. You can also see this by linking it to the third provision of Article 1, because it says that the status of the Indian Union is not final, but if the Government of India acquires any new territory, it will also become a part of the Indian Union. .

So all in all this is article 2, hope you understand. To understand other articles, you can use the link given below.

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