how does the parliament exercise control over the executive?
1) In India, national assembly of elected representatives is called Parliament. It exercise control over the government and those who run the government, namely the ruling party, can take decisions as long as they have the support of the parliament
2) Parliament is the final authority of law making in a country, i.e., it can make new laws, change existing laws, or abolish existing laws, etc
3) Parliament consists of Two houses namely, Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha and without the support of Lok Sabha no bill can be passed or executed.
4) Parliament which consists of Lok Sabha is the highest forum of discussion and holds debate on public issues, frame national policies and execute the same accordingly in any country. Thus, Parliament exercises control over Executive