Certain bills cannot be introduced or proceeded with unless the recommendation of the President is received. However, no recommendation is required in some other cases. In which one of the following cases such recommendation is not required?
- For introduction of bills and for moving amendments related to financial matters
- For introduction of a bill or moving of an amendment affecting taxation in which states are interested
- For introduction of a bill relating to formation of new states or of alteration of areas of existing states
- For moving of an amendment making provision for the reduction or abolition of any tax
Money bill cannot be introduced without the President's approval. So, bills related to taxation require recommendation. Article 3 of the constitution states that prior President's recommendation is required for introduction of a bill relating to formation of new states or alteration of area of existing states.
The correct option is A.