Solution:The given statement is false.
The division of authority between the Union and the State governments is fundamental to the Constitution's design. Changes to this power-sharing structure are difficult to implement. This system cannot be changed by the Parliament alone. There must be a consensus for both houses and approved by both Houses of Parliament with a minimum two-thirds majority before any changes may be made. Following that, it must be approved by the legislatures of at least half of the States. In addition, the High Courts and the Supreme Court have the authority to rule in cases of disagreement over the division of powers.
So, Fundamental change in government can not be done by a single government.