A Brief List of Executive Powers of the Governor

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The Governor is the nominal administrative chief of the state and all managerial power of the state endowed in him. President of India will only appoint the governor of a state. Certain qualifications are required for being a governor of a state. The governor who is choosing for a state should be a citizen of India and he must not be less than 35 years. In addition, he should not hold any particular office of income and should not be a member of the state legislature or parliament. He is appointed for a term period of 5 years and holds the place of work with the approval of the president. Remuneration of the governors of india included allowances and free residence. The managerial power of the state is conferred in the governor of the state and all supervisory deeds are taken in his name. Governor has the power to appoint council ministers and he can guidance him in the release of his functions.

Governor has the authority to appoint chief minister and other ministers of the state. He orders the legislature, sends messages and dissolves the legislative assembly. Every state’s head is called the governor who can discharge his quite obligatory tasks with dignity. The governor of states has a dual responsibility to play as the representative of the centre and state’s constitutional head. All the ruling powers are implemented in the name of the governor by the cabinet. Governor is authorized to give pardon, send or pardon the sentence and transform the sentence of any offence faced by state executive powers. Every governor of india releasing the purpose of the governor shall make a pledge an affirmation or oath. He is the one who appoints the chief minister and other executive power ministers in that particular state. In addition, the governors are consulted for selection of high court judges.