INDIA ALL STATE C.M. AND GOVERNOR USEFUL MAPS
After the recent Assembly Elections 2018, the Indian National Congress (INC) on Saturday has announced that it has captured the power in three vital states of India---Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Chhattisgarh.
With the rounds of discussions and top-level meetings, the Congress has appointed new Chief Ministers in these states after their major victory.
Who is a Chief Minister in India?
According to the Indian Constitution, a Chief Minister is the elected head of the council of ministers in a state
In simpler words, the one who controls, rules or handles the functions of a particular state
The candidate who becomes Chief Minister oversees the day-to-day functioning of the state government
A CM is assisted by the council of ministers, which consists of cabinet ministers and deputy ministers -- among others
With the help of media, the CM is responsible for communicating all policies and decisions to the people of the state
Difference between Chief Minister and Governor
The Chief Minister is vested with the 'de facto' executive powers and Governor is the official 'head of the state'
The CM is appointed, and sworn in, by the Governor of the state