Comparison of the rights and powers of the President and the Governor
He can issue an ordinance only when he sees that such circumstances have developed that it is necessary to take immediate steps.
Can issue an ordinance only when both or any one house of the parliament is not in session.
In the matter of ordinance making power, it has the same power as the co-existence of the Parliament.
The ordinance issued by him is as effective as an Act made by the Parliament.
He does not require any instructions in making ordinances.
The President may pardon, respite, remit or remit the sentence of any person convicted of any offense against Central law, or may suspend, remit or commute the sentence of any person convicted of any offense against the Central Law.
The President can pardon, commute, postpone or commute the death penalty; he is the only one who has the power to pardon the death penalty.
The President can pardon, commute or commute the sentence of a person sentenced under a court martial (military court).
When the Governor is satisfied that the situation has now become such that immediate action is necessary, then he can issue an ordinance.
He can issue an ordinance only when both or one house of the legislature is not in session.
Its ordinance-making power is in co-existence with the State Legislative Council.
The ordinance issued by him is also as effective as the act made by the state legislature.
It cannot make an ordinance without the direction of the President in the following three cases
If he considers the bill containing similar provisions necessary for the consideration of the President.
If the Act of the State Legislature is such that it becomes invalid without the assent of the President.
Prior approval of the President is necessary for its presentation in the State Legislature.
The Governor can grant pardon or respite of punishment to a person convicted of an offense under state law.
The Governor cannot pardon a death sentence. Even if someone has been sentenced to death under state law, he will still have to seek pardon from the President instead of the Governor, but the Governor can postpone it or ask for reconsideration. is |
The Governor has no power to remit the sentence received under court martial.
Comparison of veto power of President and Governor
A Bill can declare that it will not be allowed to be passed by both Houses of Parliament, in such a situation the Bill cannot become an Act.
Can give assent to a bill passed by both the Houses of the Parliament.
Except for the money bill, the passed bills can be returned to both the houses of the parliament for reconsideration with the message, but if the bill is passed again by both the houses and sent to the President for permission, then it is mandatory for the President to give permission on it. |
The State can refuse to give its assent to a bill passed by the Legislature, in which case that bill will not become an Act.
Can give assent to a bill passed by the State Legislature
Except the Money Bill, the Governor can return a bill to the Legislature for reconsideration with a message. If the Legislature passes that bill again, it is mandatory for the Governor to give assent to it.