In all India has 29 states with capital and each state has its own head who is called as Chief Minister of the state. There are also Governors of all states appointed.
Duties of Chief Minister: – Chief Minister is the Head of the state who usually give directives to the governor, and it’s the governor who performs duties on orders of CM. Also, CM has to be one of the most important and a clear medium of communication between Governor and the Council of Ministers. The duties of the Council of Ministers are directed by CM to the Governor.
Powers of Chief Minister: –
1: The leader of the Legislative Assembly: – As CM is the leader of the Legislative Assembly, he/ she direct the duties to the governor in case there is any explanation needed for government policies. The determination of internal policies of state, the final decision is of CM. There is a major responsibility of getting important bills passed and also takes care of the minister who faces difficulty in presenting a debate in Assembly. He is responsible for the performance of Council of Ministers and also ensures smooth proceedings of the House with good relations with opposition. In case of any disagreement with the council of ministers CM can order governor to dissolve the Legislative Assembly and governor can reject the advice of CM by exercising discretionary powers.
|Andhra Pradesh||N. Chandrababu Naidu|
|Arunachal Pradesh||Pema Khandu|
|Haryana||Manohar Lal Khattar|
|Himachal Pradesh||Jai Ram Thakur|
|Jammu and Kashmir||Mehbooba Mufti|
|Madhya Pradesh||Shivraj Singh Chouhan|
|Manipur||N. Biren Singh|
|Sikkim||Pawan Kumar Chamling|
|Tamil Nadu||Edappadi K. Palaniswami|
|Telangana||K. Chandrashekhar Rao|
|Uttar Pradesh||Yogi Adityanath|
|Uttarakhand||Trivendra Singh Rawat|
|West Bengal||Mamata Banerjee|