Who establishes inter-state council?

[A] The Parliament

[B] The Vice President
[C] The President
[D] The Prime Minister

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  1. C [The President]
    Notes:
    The President under Article 263 establishes the Inter-State Council to effect coordination between the states and between Centre and states. The President can establish such a council if at any time it appears to him that the public interest would be served by its establishment.

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