The governor is the head of the state while the Chief Minister is the head of the government.
1. In Relation to the Council of Ministers
(i) The governor appoints only those persons as ministers who are recommended by the Chief Minister.
(ii) He presides over the meetings of the council of ministers and influences its decisions.
(iii) He guides, directs, controls, and coordinates the activities of all the ministers.
2. In Relation to the Governor
The Chief Minister enjoys the following powers in relation to the governor:
3. In Relation to State Legislature
➢ Other Powers and Functions
|1. What is the process for appointing a Chief Minister?|
|2. What are the powers and functions of a Chief Minister?|
|3. Can the Chief Minister be removed from office before the completion of their term?|
|4. Is the Chief Minister accountable to the Governor?|
|5. Can the Chief Minister hold any other office simultaneously?|