What is the role of the President & Prime Minister of India?

Role of President-
Executive, Legislative, Power of pardoning, and many more.

Executive role-The President appoints:
The Prime Minister and other Ministers.
The Attorney-General of India determines his remuneration.
The Governors of the States.
Comptroller and Auditor General of India, Chief Election Commissioner and other Election Commissioners, Chairman and members of the Union Public Service Commission, and Finance Commission of India chairman and members Judges of High Courts and Supreme Court.

Legislative Role-
The President summons the House of Parliament at least twice a year or prorogues either House of Parliament and dissolves the Lok Sabha. He may summon both the Houses to meet in a joint sitting for debating or voting on a bill in case
He may address either house separately or both Houses jointly. At the commencement of the first session after every general election, the President delivers an address..
He appoints speaker, deputy speaker of Lok Sabha, and chairman/deputy chairman of Rajya Sabha when the seats fall vacant.
He nominated 12 members of the Rajya Sabha.

The President's power to issue ordinances is covered in Article 123. This is one of the several legislative authorities that the President enjoys. On the recommendation of the union cabinet, he issues an ordinance.
Role Of Prime Minister-
The prime minister is the head of the cabinet and the leader of the ministers in the executive arm of government. According to Article 75 of the Indian Constitution, the President appoints the Prime Minister.  Article 74(1) establishes a Council of Ministers, led by the Prime Minister, to assist and advise the President. 

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