NewsTree-in-Exclusive: The dispute between the governor and the chief minister over rights in the states is now a thing of the past. After Delhi, Puducherry and Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra and West Bengal are also witnessing quarrels between the governor and the chief minister. Editor-in-Chief-Dr. Himanshu Dwivedi has tried to bring these same issues to us through the debate on rights.
NewsTree-in Exclusive: Disputes over authority between governors and chief ministers in the states are now outdated. After Delhi, Puducherry and Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra and West Bengal are also witnessing quarrels between the governor and the chief minister.
Editor-in-Chief-Dr. Himanshu Dwivedi has tried to bring these same issues to us through the debate on rights. He was joined by former Chhattisgarh minister Brijmohan Agrawal, veteran leader Rajendra Tiwari, Shiv Sena leader Vikram Singh and former Chhattisgarh assembly chief secretary Devendra Verma.
How appropriate is this behavior with the governor
The quarrel between the Chief Minister and the Governor is quite old. However, this is happening when there are two separate teams at the center and in the states. In such a situation the state governments feel that the governors question the state governance system as per the orders of the Center.
Please say that the governor is also called the representative of the central government. Governors act as presidents for the states. The powers of the governor are divided into executive, legal, financial and judicial departments. They also have the right to convene and adjourn assemblies on an emergency basis. In addition to these, their rights include the right to convene a joint session of the two houses, the right to dismiss a legislator passed in the legislature, the right to return for reconsideration and the right to issue an ordinance to the President, Governor during an emergency. Rights included.
In such a situation, such statement of the Chief Minister against the Governor is not valid at all. Brijmohan Agarwal says state governments are self-sufficient because of the majority. Therefore, such cases are coming to the fore.
How secular torture can be done
During this discussion, Dr. Himanshu Dwivedi, Editor-in-Chief, raised an important question. He asked that the Governor of Maharashtra had called him a secularist in the case of the Uddhav government for not opening the temple. It seemed to him that he considered the word secular offensive, which has found a prominent place in the constitution. How accurate is the governor’s hyperactivity in such a situation? Let us tell you that the answer to this question of Editor-in-Chief Dr. Himanshu Dwivedi is very important and every citizen of the country today should answer why it is wrong to be secular? Watch the video below to know the answer.