Civics

Select the Prime Minister who could not face Parliament during his tenure.


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Chaudhari Charan Singh


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  • Prime Minister who could not face Parliament during his tenure is Chaudhari Charan Singh.
  • He was the fifth Prime Minster and was in office from 28 July 1979 – 14 January 1980.
  • He became Prime Minister after Indira Gandhi.

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