1. What is a Suspensive Veto?
A Suspensive Veto is the following: When the Governor uses a suspensive veto, the bill is returned to the legislature for repassage. If the legislature passes the bill again with or without amendments, and it is presented to the Governor, then the Governor is bound to give their assent.
2. What is a Pocket Veto?
A Pocket Veto is another type of veto power used by the Governor. In a pocket veto, the Governor does not explicitly reject or approve the bill passed by the state legislature. Instead, the Governor retains the bill without signing it.
3. What is an Absolute Veto?
An Absolute Veto is a straightforward veto power exercised by the Governor, where they reject a bill passed by the state legislature outright. The bill does not become law, and the legislature cannot override the Governor's decision. In an absolute veto, the Governor's refusal is final, and the bill does not take effect.
The Telangana Governor sent the Bills back with messages. These powers are identical to the President of India. So lets see them.
Article 175 of the Indian Constitution:
1. What does Article 175 of the Indian Constitution deal with?
Article 175 of the Indian Constitution deals with the right of the Governor to address and send messages to the Legislative Assembly or Legislative Council of a State.
2. What is the Governor's right to send messages to the Legislature?
Article 175(2) grants the Governor the right to send messages to the House or Houses of the Legislature of the State. These messages can be on various matters, including Bills that are pending in the Legislature or any other matter that requires the Legislature's attention.
3. How does the Legislature respond to the messages sent by the Governor?
When the Governor sends a message to the House or Houses of the Legislature, the House to which the message is sent must consider the matter mentioned in the message. In other words, the Legislature must give due consideration to the matter raised by the Governor in the message.It is not binding,however.
4. What is the purpose of the Governor's right to address and send messages to the Legislature?
The purpose of granting the Governor these rights is to facilitate communication between the Governor and the State Legislature. It allows the Governor to share important information, policy matters, or concerns with the members of the Legislature and ensures a cooperative and transparent functioning of the state's governance.