Civics

The minimum age required for becoming the Prime Minister of India is _______________.


ANSWER

$$25$$ years


SOLUTION
A person will be eligible to become the Prime Minister if he is a citizen of India and a member of either house of the Parliament. He must have completed 25 years of age in case he is a member of Lok Sabha and 30 years in case of Rajya Sabha.
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