Civics

The removal of the President before the expiry of his or her term known as ____________.


ANSWER

Impeachment


SOLUTION
The term of the President's office is 5 years. The President can be removed or impeached before the end of his tenure if he is found to be in violation of the Constitution. The process of his impeachment can begin either in Lok Sabha or Rajya Sabha, and if both the Houses agree on the impeachment, the President is removed from his post. 
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