6. Power of Central Government to levy protective duties in certain cases.
Where the Central Government, upon a recommendation' made to it in this behalf by the Tariff Commission established under the Tariff Commission Act, 1951 , (50 of 1951 ) is satisfied that circumstances exist which render it necessary to take immediate action to provide for the protection of the interests of any industry
established in India, the Central Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, impose on any goods imported into India in respect of which the said recommendation is made, a duty of customs of such amount, not exceeding the amount proposed in the said recommendation, as it thinks fit.
Every duty imposed on any goods under sub- section (1) shall, for the purposes of this Act, be deemed to have been specified in the First Schedule as the duty leviable in respect of such goods.
Where a notification has been issued under sub- section (1), the Central Government shall, unless the notification is in the meantime rescinded, have a Bill introduced in Parliament, as soon as may be, but in any case during the next session of Parliament following the date of the issue of the notification to give effect to the proposals in regard to the continuance of a protective duty of customs on the goods to which the notification relates, and the notification shall cease to have effect when such Bill becomes law, whether with or without modifications, but without prejudice to the validity of anything previously done thereunder: Provided that if the notification under sub- section (1) is issued when Parliament is in session, such a Bill shall be introduced in Parliament during that session: Provided further that where for any reason a Bill as aforesaid does not become law within six months from the date of its introduction in Parliament, the notification shall cease to have effect on the expiration of the said period of six months, but without prejudice to the validity of anything previously done thereunder.