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Supreme Court reaffirms Governor cannot use constitutional powers to thwart normal course of lawmaking by State

IndiaTimes Thursday, 23 November 2023
The Supreme Court stated that the Governor, as an unelected Head of State, has certain constitutional powers, but these powers cannot be used to obstruct the legislative process. The court ruled that if the Governor withholds assent under Article 200, the bill should be sent back to the legislature for reconsideration. The court emphasized that the power to withhold assent must be read in conjunction with the first proviso to prevent the Governor from vetoing the functioning of the legislature.
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