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Examine the justification and significance of the post of Governor in India.

Article of Indian Constitution It is mentioned in 153 that every state will have a governor, just as the president is important in the executive of the union, similarly the governor in the state executive, but there have always been questions about the status and justification of the position of the governor.

It is known that the framers of the constitution wanted the control of the Center over the states for one and the integrity of the nation, that is why the dual role of the Governor was fixed.
(1) The constitutional head of the executive of the first state.

(2) Second, representative of the center

Apart from this, although the Governor acts as per the advice of the Council of Ministers. (Article 163, but he also has discretionary powers which justify that position and role such as-
(1) To reserve a bill for the consideration of the President.
(2) President's rule in the state
To recommend
(3) State legislative and administrative proceedings
Ask for information about.
(4) In case of any party getting a clear majority in the assembly, taking decisions on its own etc.

In this way, the Governor plays the role of an impartial president and decider in the political situation of the state and binds the governance of the nation in one thread. Although criticized as calling it an agent of the Center
It goes on and on the rationale of the post of governor has also been raised, but in view of the role of the governor, it is also very important in the present context. Therefore, the continuation of this post is essential from both constitutional and practical terms.

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