The constitution grants both the President and the Governor the right to pardon punishments granted by the Judiciary. What is/are the important differences between their powers?
1. President can only grant pardon on Union Council of Ministers' advice, whereas this is purely a discretionary matter for the governor.
2. President can grant pardon to a person awarded the death sentence, but the Governor cannot do so.
3. President can only exercise this power in cases adjudicated by the Supreme Court, whereas the Governor can only do this in cases under High Courts.
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