Chandigarh: In view of the divergent opinions of the law secretary and the advocate general, the proposed ordinance that provides for 75% reservation in private sector jobs in Haryana has been sent by the state cabinet to governor Satyadeo Narain Arya for approval. The cabinet’s nod was taken by way of the circulation of the memorandum of the proposed law. The law secretary or legal remembrancer (LR) calls for the assent of the President on the proposed legislation, while the advocate general says the proposed law does not require presidential assent. The proposed law was vetted twice by the law secretary after cabinet deliberations on January 31 and July 6. THREE OPTIONS BEFORE THE GOVERNOR Article 213 of the Constitution empowers the governor to promulgate an ordinance with respect to any matter within the legislative competence of the state legislature, if necessary, after obtaining instructions from the President. The Haryana governor, who has the arduous task of taking a call on the proposed legislation, has primarily three options – to go with the advice of the advocate general and give his assent for promulgation of the ordinance, thus, putting the law into effect; second, to return the proposed law with… Read full this story
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