Civics

The Constitution of India vests vast powers in the President. These powers and functions make him ________________.


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A nominal constitutional head


SOLUTION
The Constitution bestowed in the President several powers and makes him Chief Executive Head of the Union. He has accordingly legislative powers, executive powers, Military Powers, Judicial Powers, Diplomatic Powers etc. The President is only a nominal executive or titular head the real head or executive is the council of Minister headed by the Prime Minister under whose aid and advise the President is bound to act.
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