Civics

The Prime Minister in India will have to resign when ___________.


ANSWER

The Lok Sabha turns down his budget proposals


SOLUTION
According to Article 75 of Constitution of India, the President of India appoints our Prime Minister. The Prime Minister will have to resign when the Lok Sabha turns down his budget proposals or when he loses the confidence of the Lok Sabha, he must resign by writing to the President.
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