Civics

The Chief Election Commissioner of India is appointed by the _______________.


ANSWER

President of India


SOLUTION
The responsibility of carrying out free and fair elections in the country vets with the Constitutional autonomous body called Election Commission of India. It comprises of the Chief Election Commissioner and the election commissioners who are appointed y the President and are given security of tenure and can be removed in the process as is used to remove the judge of the Supreme Court.
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