Civics

The Governor holds office ________________.


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during the pleasure of President, and if not recalled earlier, for the period of five years, but continues in the office thereafter till his successor takes over.


SOLUTION
A governor holds office for a term of five years from the date on which he enters upon his office. However, this term of five years is subject to the pleasure of the president. A governor can hold office beyond his term of five years until his successor assumes charge.
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