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PESA act 1996 vs power of governor

In 10 state which have schedule area and schedule tribe under schedule 5 of constitution, governor can modify any law of parliament or state legis.
But pesa act allows Parliament to extend panchayt provision to schedule area also and all 10 states have adopted it.

Does it means that now governor has no role only in panchayt provision but have full capacity in all other laws and regulation of parl or state legis??

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  • sk_kumar said:

    In 10 state which have schedule area and schedule tribe under schedule 5 of constitution, governor can modify any law of parliament or state legis.
    But pesa act allows Parliament to extend panchayt provision to schedule area also and all 10 states have adopted it.

    Does it means that now governor has no role only in panchayt provision but have full capacity in all other laws and regulation of parl or state legis??

    Why PESA Act (that introduced PRIs in scheduled areas) going to affect Governor's power to make modifications on centre or state laws?
    Hunt alone
  • Yes...telangana is also schedule area state
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