Civics

When can the President use his Discretionary power to appoint the Prime Minister?


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The President can act on his discretion (that is, without the advice of the ministers) in the appointment of Prime Minister when no party has a clear majority in the Lok Sabha or when the Prime Minister in office dies suddenly and there is no obvious successor.
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