Theory:

The working of the State Government
Every year, the legislative assembly expected to attend 2-3 assembly sessions. The most critical task of the legislative assembly is to create a law for the state.
 
Powers of the Assembly:
  • It has control over the Ministers and finances.
  • It may pass a no-confidence motion against the government.
  • The government should get acceptance from the assembly to impose, increase or decrease or recall any tax.
  • It takes part in the presidential and Lok Sabha elections. To some extent, the legislative assembly also takes part in the amendment of the constitution.
As a result, the function of the government is divided into: Creation and execution of laws and Ensuring justice.
How law takes its shape?
The Legislative assembly is the responsible body to create rules and law which are included in the state list.
Example:
To drive a car/bike, one should possess a driving license.
 
Spitting in a public place is a finable offence.
 
Everyone should wear a helmet while driving a bike/moped.
The above-said rules and laws are not simply made. Many debates, corrections, and revisions occur in the legislative assembly before law or rule becomes effective.
The law-making process is given below:

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Executing Laws:
 
The Legislative assembly is located in Chennai, the capital city of Tamil Nadu. For the smooth functioning and execution of law, every state government has several lakhs employees in its workforce like Collectors, Tahsildars, Revenue officers, Doctors, Teachers, Policemen, Tax collectors, etc. They should follow the orders of the government.