All of the Answers went off on a wild goose chase. Although he did not provide details, Mark Plotnick's comment is the reason why the put premium exceeds the call premium.
Before explaining why, you have to understand two things.
The first is Synthetic Equivalence. You can Google the "Synthetic Triangle" for an explanation. Regarding this question, a short put is equivalent to a covered call when the two options are of the same series (same strike and expiration).
The second is that pending dividends increase put premium and decrease call premium.
Since the $43 put is 8 cents ITM, its premium should be approximately 8 cents high than the $43 call (ignoring the carry cost differential). What accounts for the difference of 27 cents between these two options?
XLK is $42.92 with a pending 17 cent dividend. The bid of the $43 call is 52 cents. If you do the $43 covered call and you are assigned, you net 60 cents plus a 17 cent dividend for a total of 77 cents.
If you sell the $43 short put, you take in 79 cents which is almost identical to the covered call. Short term fluctuations account for a few cents difference. There's no disparity here.