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Why are many States unhappy about the role of the Governor?

Answer :

The Governor is appointed by the central government and therefore, actions of the Governor are often viewed as interference by the Central government in the functioning of the State government.

The states are unhappy about the role of governor because:


1. The Governor has the power to recommend the dismissal of the State government and suspension or dissolution of State assembly


2. The governor has the power to reserve the bill passed by the state assembly for the assent of President.


3. The Governors are not elected but appointed by the Central government. So if there exist government of different party in the state then they are skeptical about cooperation between the state government and governor.


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