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Correct Option is 2 and 4

State executive is made up by Governor, Chief Minister, Council of Ministers and Advocate General of State. Governor heads the state government. Article 153-167 in the Indian Constitution deal with provisions related to the state governments of the country. The governor is neither directly elected by the people nor indirectly elected by a specially constituted electoral college as is the case with the president.The Indian President appoints Governor for each state by warrant under his hand and seal. Central Government is responsible to nominate the governor for each state. A governor possesses executive, legislative, financial and judicial powers more or less similar to the President of India. However, he has no diplomatic, military or emergency powers like the president. Hence statement 2 and 4 are correct and statement 1 and 3 are incorrect.

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