Consider the following statements:
1. The legislature of a State or a High Court has no say in the removal of a Governor
2. President can remove the governor only on grounds of constitutional violence
Which among the above statements is / are correct?
The Constitution does not lay down any grounds upon which a governor may be removed by the President. The office is on pleasure of President (practically central government).The legislature of a State or a High Court has no say in the removal of a Governor
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