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With regards to the office of the Governor, the Constitution does NOT mention
Term of the Office of Governor
Grounds on which he may be removed by the President
Method of resignation
His Judicial powers and functions
As per Article 156 in the Constitution of India
However, the Constitution does not lay down the grounds upon which a governor may be removed by the President. The Supreme Court held that the pleasure of the President is not justifiable. The governor has no security of tenure and no fixed term of office. He may be removed by the President at any time without mentioning any grounds for his removal.
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