Civics

Who acts as the President of India when neither the President nor the Vice-President is available?


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Chief Justice of India


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When the office of President falls vacant due to his resignation, removal, death or otherwise, the Vice-president acts as the President until the new President is elected. If the office of Vice- President is vacant, the Chief Justice of India acts as the President and discharges the Function of President.
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