In the Article 74 of the Indian Constitution, the Presence of the Prime Minister for the presidency and operation of the Council of Ministers is considered essential. In the case of his death or abdication, all councils have to leave the post. He voluntarily constitutes the Council of Ministers. The President appoints the minister only by his advice. The Prime Minister determines the Minister's Department. The same determines the work of the cabinet.
He gives instructions to the administration of the country and he also takes all the policy decisions. The contact between the President and the Council of Ministers is also the same. The Chief Spokesperson of the Council of Ministers is also the same. He leads the parliamentary debates to be fought in the name of the ruling party. He can participate in any debate being fought in the Council of Ministers in favor of the Council of Ministers. The coordination between the minister also does the same. He can order any information from any ministry as required.
List of prime minister of India from 1947 to till now, prime minister of India Since 1947
Jawaharlal Nehru or Pandit Nehru was the first PM of India and had a central personality in Indian politics before and after independence. During the 17 years of his term, the Congress largely won three successive election victories.
Indira Priyadarshini Gandhi (born 19 November 1917 - died October 31, 1984 at the age of 66) was the Prime Minister of India in January 1966 - March 24, 1977 and continued on January 14, 1980 until he suffered a murder on October 31, 1984. She studied at Somerville College, Oxford.
Lal Bahadur was born in the city of Mughalsarai (modern Uttar Pradesh). To take part in the passive resistance movement of Mahatma Gandhi, in 1921 he began studying at the nationalist private university in Kashi. After graduation, he received the title Shastri, that is, scientist.