Civics

In India Prime Minister can remain no longer in his office_________________.


ANSWER

If he ceases to be the leader of the majority party in the Lok Sabha


SOLUTION

The Prime Minister always enjoys the confidence of Lok Sabha and shall resign only if he is unable to prove majority when instructed by the President. 

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