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The Governor: 30.8 (Laxmikant Summary)
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This lesson compares the veto powers of the President and the Governor.

Nandini Maharaj is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Nandini Maharaj
MA in Applied Human Rights from Sheffield Hallam University, BA (Hons.) History from LSR, reader, dancer, love to teach, AIR 42 in 2018 UPSC

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How 425? Can anyone explain My ans is 8250
i have a doubt ,since to introduce money bill in lok sabha prior permission of president is required.lets say president gave the permission but after introduction certain new clause if added to it which could have certain repercussion later on /or which is not healthy for the country then also president has to approve it? can't he ask them to recheck it??
Nandini Maharaj
a year ago
no. the president can only give assent or withhold assent. the specifics are entirely up to the Lok Sabha.
Hi Nandini! What about pocket veto?
  1. LAXMIKANT: CHAPTER 30,% THE GOVERNOR BY NANDINI MAHARAJ


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  3. TOPICS Gor Poers of Bke Presicdent ancd Bbe Governor


  4. o Comparing veto Powers of the President and the Governor with regard to ORDINARY BILLS


  5. VETO POWERS OF THE PRESIDENT VETO POWERS OF THE GOVERNOR Ordinary Bills passed by the two Houses of the Parliament are presented to the President. She has 3 allernatives: 1. Give assent 2. Withhold assent 3. Return the bill for reconsideration. Ordinary bills passed by the state legislative assembly (and the state legistative council, if applicable) are presented to the Governor She has 4 alternatives: 1. Give assent 2. Withhold assent 3. Return the bill for reconsideration. The Governor has to give assent if the returned President has to give assent if the returned bill is passed again, with or wwithout bill is passed again, with or without amendments. Thus, the President only en lous suspensive veto, amendments. Thus, the governor only enjoys suspensive veto 4. Reserve the bill for consideration of the President.


  6. VETO POWERS OF THE PRESIDENT VETO POWERS OF THE GOVERNOR hen a state bill is reserved by the governor for the consideration of the President, the President has 3 allernatives: 1. Give assent 2. Withhold assent 3. Return the bill for reconsideration of the consideration of the President, she does not When the governor reserves a bill for the have any further role in the enactment of the bill. state legislature. The state legislative House/s have to reconsider the bill within 6 months. The President is not bound to give assent if the bill is passed again, with or without amendments, She may give assent or withhold assent.


  7. o Comparing veto Powers of the President and the Governor with regard to MONEY BILLS


  8. VETO POWERS OF THE PRESIDENT VETO POWERS OF THE G0VERNOR Money bills passed by the state legislative assembly (and the state legislative council, if applicable) are presented to the Governor Money Bulls passed by the buso Houses of tke e preae Money Bills passed by the tuwo Houses of the Parliament are presented to the President. She has 2 alternatives: 1. Grive assent 2. Withhold assent She has 3 alternatives: 1. Give assent 2. Withhold assent 3. Reserve the bill for consideration of the he President cannot return a money bill for reconsideration. Normally, gives assent as it is introduced with her prior recommendation. bilL he Governor cannot return a money for reconsideration. Normally, gives assent as it is introduced witk her prior recommendation. T


  9. VETO POWERS OF THE PRESIDENT VETO POWERS OF THE GOVERNOR When a is Money bill reserved by the Governor for the consideration of the President, the President has 2 alternatives: 1. Give assent 2. Withhold assent When the governor reserves a money bill for the consideration of the President, she does not have any further role in the enactment of the bilL. Cannot return a money bill for the reconsideration of the state Legislature.


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