Civics

Through the President is not a Member of Parliament, he performs certain functions as an integral part of the Parliament. Which are these?
$$1$$. He can dissolve the Lok Sabha
$$2$$. He accords assent to the bills passed by Parliament
$$3$$. He summons both Houses of Parliament
$$4$$. He orders elections to the Parliament when its term is over


ANSWER

$$1, 2$$ and $$3$$


SOLUTION
The President is an integral part of the Parliament of India and performs several legislative powers which include:
He has the power to dissolve Lok Sabha.
He has the power to summon or prorogue [discontinue a session of (a parliament or other legislative assembly) without dissolving it] the Parliament.
He can also summon a joint sitting of both the Houses of Parliament which is presided over by the Speaker of Lok Sabha.
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