Civics

The President of India is ___________________.


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Supreme Commander of Defence Forces of the Union and Executive Head of the Union


SOLUTION
Article 53 of the Constitution of India provides specifically the position of President as “all the executive power of the Union shall be vested in the President and he is the supreme commander of Defence Forces of the Union, in that capacity he makes the appointment of the Chiefs of the Army, Navy and the Air force. He is also the Executive Head of the Union.” All executive action of the Government of India is formally taken in his name.
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