The basic structure of the Constitution makes it clear about power sharing between Central and State governments in India. Hence, it is difficult to make changes to the power-sharing arrangements in India.
- The Parliament cannot easily make changes to the power sharing arrangements between Central and State governments.
- If any changes are going to be made then these changes should have approval of both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.
- Both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha have to pass the changes with at least two-thirds majority.
- Once the above process is cleared then at least half of the total states in India have to ratify the changes.
- If there are any disputes between Central and State Governments regarding power-sharing then the Judiciary plays an important role in implementing the provisions and procedures mentioned in the Constitution.