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Which one among the following features of the Constitution of India is indicative of the fact that the real executive power is vested in the Council of Ministers headed by the Prime Minister?


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Representative Legislature


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The Constitution of India has adopted for Parliamentary form of government wherein the power is held by the representatives elected by the Public and entrusted with the responsibility of making laws and governing the nation. The head of the Government is called Prime Minister who runs the Government along with his ministers known as Council of Ministers. The constitution has made the council of ministers and the Prime minister as the de facto (real executive) and all the power lies in the council of Ministers.
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