1. On which of the following matters can a Governor of a State exercise his discretionary powers:1. Selection of Chief Minister if no political party gets a clear-cut majority. 2. Dismissal of a Ministry if he is convinced that it has lost majority support. 3. Salaries and allowances of ministers. 4. Submission of report to President regarding failure of constitutional machinery in the State.?





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