Your point: How can the conflict between the Governor and the Chief Minister be avoided?

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Collision damage
Only the person affected by the ideology of the party whose government is at the center is made governor. When there is a single party government at the center and the state, then the relationship between the Chief Minister and the Governor is very good. There is no problem between the two, but when there is an anti-party government in the state, there is a conflict between the Chief Minister and the Governor over some decisions. This confrontation hurts the democratic process. Therefore, the easiest and right way to stop the confrontation between the Chief Minister and the Governor is to send someone who is not associated with any political party nor any political ideology to the post of Governor in the states. Be influenced by.
Kushal Singh Rathore, Jodhpur
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Get out of party thinking
Both Governor and Chief Minister are responsible pillars of strong democracy. It is the duty of the person sitting in both these posts to work only by getting out of the quagmire of party politics. Partisan politics gives rise to such a confrontation and will continue to do so in future. This is not good for democracy in any sense. The dignity of these posts can be saved only by walking on the basis of just and constitutional decision rather than such party views.
-Dr. Vikas Pandit, Sendhwa, Barwani, MP
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Mutual cooperation and coordination is necessary
Due to the appointment of the governor from the central government, the governor can also be called the eye and ear of the central government. He remains obedient to the central government and the ruling party. If the Chief Minister and the Governor are from the opposite party, there is a difference of opinion at every step. For this, it is necessary that decisions should always be taken in the interest of the state, ignoring personal interests. The state can be managed efficiently only through mutual coordination and cooperation.
– Dr. Ajita Sharma, Udaipur
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Be in the realm
The constitution also mentions responsibility along with the powers of the Chief Minister and the Governor. Working within these mentioned rights can avoid conflict between chief ministers and governors.
-Sanni Tamarkar, Durg, Chhattisgarh
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Decisions should be on constitutional basis
The Governor should rise above party politics and take all decisions on constitutional grounds. The Chief Ministers should also consult the Governor with constitutional decorum, considering them as a constitutional post, not as a party person. The link between the Central and State Governments should not be used by the Governor even with malice.
-Anand Singh Beethu, Sinthal, Bikaner
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Need for fairness
The Governor is a constitutional post, appointed by the President on the recommendation of the Central Government. If the governor takes an impartial decision without supporting any party, then the Chief Minister’s confidence in him will also increase and there will be no confrontation. The governor should act according to the constitution and taking care of the dignity of his office.
-Mohit Jaipal, Bala Sati, Bilara
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Necessary change in appointment process
The Governor is appointed by the President on the recommendation of the Prime Minister. In this way the governor becomes responsible to the central government. This system turns a governor against the Chief Minister. The Governor works at the behest of the Center. Changes in the appointment process of the President are necessary to avoid a confrontation between the Chief Minister and the Governor.
-Guman Daima, Harsaur, Nagaur
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So that there is no conflict
The Governor is a constitutional post, appointed by the President on the advice of the Prime Minister. In practice a person affected by the ideology of the central ruling party is appointed to the post of Governor. In such a situation, when there is an opposite-minded government at the center and in the state, there is a situation of confrontation between the Governor and the Chief Minister. To avert this situation, a legal and constitutional expert with a non-political background should be appointed to the post of governor, so that he can work without any political pressure.
-Suresh Prajapati Bhinder, Udaipur
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Remain the focus of dignity
The Governor is a constitutional post. The role of the President at the Center is the same as that of the Governor in the state. When there is a separate party government at the center and in the state, a situation of confrontation often arises between the Governor and the Chief Minister. The functioning of the Governor remains in dispute. Despite the constitutional post of the governor, his attitude towards the party he had been in before the appointment seems soft. Conduct of behavior unfavorable to the dignity of the post is also revealed. This creates a conflict situation between the Chief Minister and the Governor. Party politics should not be a hindrance. The Governor should do his work in accordance with the constitutional system, only then the situation of confrontation between the Chief Minister and the Governor will be avoided.
Shivaji Lal Meena, Jaipur
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Coordination required
The main reason for conflict is to take decisions inspired by politics. The Governor represents the Center. Therefore, he is accountable to the Center and it is his duty to implement the policies issued by the Center and the Chief Minister is also tied to the people of the state and his party with the Center. This is where the coordination is required.
-Sushil Mehta, Beawar
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Do not act like party representative
Our country has a strange situation. They take the oath of the constitution and as soon as they sit on the chair, the governor starts acting like a representative of the party. Due to such people, there is bound to be conflict between Chief Ministers and Governors.
-Ghanshyam, Jodhpur
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Question on the relevance of the post of Governor
The post of governor has no relevance. Therefore, this post should be abolished. The ruling party at the center tries to impose its ideology on the state through them. This hinders the work of the elected government of the state. It is ironic that a nominated person is placed on the elected government.
– Vishnu Baghel, Raipur
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Urgent confrontation
The Chief Minister and the Governor should work in coordination and both should work above selfishness keeping in mind the dignity of their post. Do not be spiteful due to ideological differences. Focus your attention in public interest.
-Sripal Sevada, Nagaur
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Country’s interests are paramount
The one who should behave in accordance with the limits of the constitution should be appointed as Governor. People with party bias should not be made governors. The person who can think above the party, caste, religion, language, region and class in the national interest, is the person who deserves the post of Governor. Everyone should consider country interest paramount.
-M. Shafiq, Pidava
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Stay focused on dignity
The governor should take decisions according to the constitution. The difficulty is that they do not get over their old political thinking. For example, the Governor of Maharashtra used disputed language in a letter to the Chief Minister. The governor should take care of dignity.
-Arvind Rewad, Nangli, Sikar
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Dignity of posts
The confrontation between the Chief Minister and the Governor is certainly a constitutional crisis for that state. Both of them should solve it together, so that the dignity of their positions remains. If there is no harmony, then the President and Prime Minister should interfere.
-Rambabu Solanki, Khargone, Madhya Pradesh
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Decisions should be taken in public interest
Both the Chief Minister and the Governor have their own dignity. Therefore, any conflict between the two cannot be called in the interest of the country. The solution to every problem can be found by sitting together. Therefore, unnecessary issues should not spoil mutual relations and environment by making a question of prestige. When two eminent gentlemen of the state make every question a question of their mustache, then how can the general public expect efficient governance. Therefore, both the civilized citizens should work in the public interest. Do not risk your relationships, dignity of office and public interest due to your ego.
-Sunil Kumar Mathur, Jodhpur

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