The President’s role in India

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•	The President is the Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Armed Forcers

No toy sword this. The President can declare State, National and Financial Emergencies. Punjab, Jharkhand, and Jammu and Kashmir have been under President’s Rule.

•	The President delivers the opening address for the first session of the parliament, as well as the first session of a newly elected government, defining the policies of the government

The President delivers the opening address for the first session of the parliament, as well as the first session of a newly elected government, defining the policies of the government.

•	The President can declare State, National and Financial Emergencies. Punjab, Jharkhand, and  Jammu and Kashmir have all experienced President’s Rule under State Emergencies

It’s not just a customary salute; the President is the Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Armed Forces.

•	State governors, Supreme Court and High Court Judges, and the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court are appointed by the President

The President appoints our State governors, Supreme Court and High Court Judges, and the Chief Justice.

•	The President can summon and dissolve parliament sessions, and a ‘bill’ passed in the parliament can become ‘law’ only after the President’s approval

The President can summon and dissolve parliament sessions, and a ‘bill’ passed in the parliament can become ‘law’ only after the President’s approval.

•	Ambassadors and High Commissioners representing our country are appointed by the President

The President of India has the power to reduce jail the degree of punishment or pardon criminals – even death sentences can be absolved on appeal.

•	The President has the power to pardon even death sentences on appeal

The Rashtrapati Bhavan has 340 rooms, spreads over 200,00 square feet, and was built with 700 million bricks!

•	The Attorney General, Comptroller and Auditor General are appointed by the President

Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha as well as the Vidhan Sabhas of all states vote to elect the President for a term of 5 years.

•	The President also appoints the Chief Election Commissioner and other Election Commissioners

The President is the ‘ceremonial head’ of India. Ambassadors and High Commissioners representing our country are appointed by the President.

•	The Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha as well as the Vidhan Sabhas of all states vote to elect the President for a term of 5 years

The President doesn’t just offer tributes and speeches, but also appoints the Chief Election Commissioner and other Election Commissioners.

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