wt r d powers of indian prime minister?

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The Prime Minister occupies a unique position of power and prestige. His powers and functions are:

1. He prepares the list of the council of ministers. The president cannot drop any name from this list;

2. The Prime Minister distributes the work to the different ministers;

3. He can dismiss an erring minister;

4. He presides over the meetings of the Cabinet;

5. He supervises and co-ordinates the working of various departments;

6. He is the main spokesman of the ministry;

7. He is a link between the council of ministers and the President.

8. He advises the President on the issue of making appointments;

9. He advises the President to dissolve the Lok Sabha; and

10. He plays a leading role in making all policy statements as also the preparation of the annual budget.

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 The Prime Minister occupies a unique position of power and prestige. His powers and functions are:

1. He prepares the list of the council of ministers. The president cannot drop any name from this list;

2. The Prime Minister distributes the work to the different ministers;

3. He can dismiss an erring minister;

4. He presides over the meetings of the Cabinet;

5. He supervises and co-ordinates the working of various departments;

6. He is the main spokesman of the ministry;

7. He is a link between the council of ministers and the President.

8. He advises the President on the issue of making appointments;

9. He advises the President to dissolve the Lok Sabha; and

10. He plays a leading role in making all policy statements as also the preparation of the annual budget.

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 The Prime Minister occupies a unique position of power and prestige. His powers and functions are:

1. He prepares the list of the council of ministers. The president cannot drop any name from this list;

2. The Prime Minister distributes the work to the different ministers;

3. He can dismiss an erring minister;

4. He presides over the meetings of the Cabinet;

5. He supervises and co-ordinates the working of various departments;

6. He is the main spokesman of the ministry;

7. He is a link between the council of ministers and the President.

8. He advises the President on the issue of making appointments;

9. He advises the President to dissolve the Lok Sabha; and

10. He plays a leading role in making all policy statements as also the preparation of the annual budget.

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As the head of the government, the Prime Minster has wide ranging powers. Some of his powers are as follows -

1)  He chairs cabinet meetings, coordinates the work of different departments.

2)  His decisions are final in case disagreements arise between departments.

3)  He exercises general supervision of different ministers. All ministers work under his leadership.

4)  The Prime Minster  distributes & redistributes work to the ministers.

5)  He also has the power to dismiss ministers.

6)  When the  Prime Minster quits,the entire ministry quits.

 

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The following are the powers of the Prime Minister

  • Chairs over the cabinet meetings

  • Leads the functioning of the government as the highest executive authority

  • Coordinates the work of different departments

  • Distributes and redistributes work to the ministers

  • All ministers work under the supervision of the Prime Minister

  • Represents the country in international delegations, organisations, and high level meetings that require the presence of the highest executive authority

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Powers of the Prime Minister

  • Chairs Cabinet meetings.
  • Takes the final decision in case of differences among various ministers on a particular issue.
  • Coordinates the working of different ministries.
  • All the ministers work under his supervision.
  • Can remove/appoint/transfer ministers.
  • Assigns work to ministers.
  • If the Prime Minister resigns/quits, the whole ministry quits.
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