Impeachment of President in India
- Either House of Parliament may bring the impeachment allegations.
- One-fourth of the members of the House who prepared the charges must sign these charges, and the President must be given 14 days' notice.
- So far, no president has been impeached.
- The first citizen of India, as well as being the head of state, is the Indian President.
- He is a member of the Union Executive, whose provisions are covered by Articles 52 to 78, including those about the President (Articles 52-62).
- The head of the state of India is the president.
- He represents the nation's integrity, togetherness, and solidarity because he was India's first citizen.
- Along with the Vice President, Prime Minister, Council of Ministers, and Attorney General of India, he is a member of the Union Executive.
- The President's term in office is for five years. Given that no new election or President has been chosen, he continues to hold office even after five years.
What grounds are needed to impeach the President of India?
The President may be impeached and ejected for "violating the Constitution." Despite this, the Constitution does not define the phrase "violation of the Constitution."
- Either House of Parliament may present the allegations of impeachment.
- The charges shall be signed by one-fourth of the members of the House who prepared the charges and shall be provided 14 days' notice to the President.