Prime Minister of India
Prime Minister of India is the leader of India. They can be members of one of the two houses of the Parliament of India – the Lok Sabha (the House of the People) and the Rajya Sabha (Council of States) – but should be a member of the political party or the coalition, the majority in the Lok Sabha.
Chooses PM and sacks members of the cabinet; Allot posts to the members within the government; And chair the members of the cabinet and the president.
Origin and history
India follows a parliamentary system in which the Prime Minister is the head of the government and is the executive head of the government. In such systems, the state’s chief, or the official representative of the state (such as the emperor, the President or the governor-general) generally has a completely formal status, and in most cases – works only on the basis of advice.
Prime Minister – if they are not already – they will become members of parliament within six months of the beginning of their tenure. A Prime Minister is expected to work with other Union Ministers to pass the bill by the Parliament.
Appointment, tenure and expulsion
According to Article 84 of the Constitution of India, which defines the principle of Constitution of India for the merit of constitution and Article 75, which determines the qualifications of the minister and the reason for this interpretation in the Union Council of Ministers. This term is described as Prime Minister (formerly in Persia), should be the Prime Minister:
He should Be a citizen of India.
He should Be a member of Lok Sabha or Rajya Sabha. If the person selected as the Prime Minister is not a member of the Lok Sabha nor the Rajya Sabha, at the time of selection, he should be a member of one of the two Houses within six months.
If he is a member of Lok Sabha or is more than 30 years old when he is a member of the Rajya Sabha.
The role and power of the Prime Minister
Agencies under the Prime Minister
The Prime Minister leads the functioning and authority of the Government of India. The President of India invites a person who is supporting most of the members of the Lok Sabha to form the government of India – which is also known as the central government or the central government – uses a national level and its powers. The Prime Minister nominates his Council of Ministers for the President. They also work to fix the important functions of the Government of India and in charge of the Ministries, the main group of ministers (known as the cabinet).
The Prime Minister acts as the leader of the Parliament’s chamber – usually the Lok Sabha – he/she is. In this role, the Prime Minister has been entrusted to represent the executive in the legislature, he is also expected to declare important legislation, and is expected to answer the concerns of the opposition further. Article 85 of the Constitution of India gives the President the power to convene and end the extraordinary session of Parliament, however, this power is used only on the advice of the Prime Minister and his Council, so the matters of the Prime Minister should be seen. Experiment. Be slightly controlled.