Civics
ASSERTION

The Constitution vests executive powers of the Union in the President of India.

REASON

President of India is the Constitutional head of the State.


ANSWER

Both Assertion and Reason are correct but Reason is not the correct explanation for Assertion


SOLUTION
All executive actions of the Government of India are formally taken in the name of the President. He is the chief executive head of the Union. The President of India has been made only a nominal executive; the real executive being the Council of Ministers headed by the Prime Minister.
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