An Ordinance issued by Governor is Subject to Approval by

  1. The President
  2. The State Legislature
  3. The State Council of Ministers
  4. The Parliament
Manish Listener Asked on 6th November 2014 in Politics.
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    The President

    The Governor’s power to issue ordinance, which is analogous to that of the President, is the most important Legislative power. Article 213 says that the Governor may legislate by Ordinances immediately if he feels the need for it when the Legislature is not in the session. However, he must seek the President’s approval to issue an Ordinance.

    Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 21st April 2015.
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