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and the man who eventually became the first President of India,on 23 May 1949: "The president of the Indian Union will be generally bound by the advice of his ministers He can do nothing contrary to their advice nor can he do any thing without their advice The President of the United States can dismiss any secretary at any time The president of the Indian Union has no power to do so as long as his ministers command a majority in Parliament" Ambedkar had said To this Rajendra Prasad pointed out "I have my doubts if this word could bind the president It (the draft Constitution) only lays down that there shall be a council of ministers with the prime minister at the head to aid and advise the president in the exercise of his functions It does not say that the president will be bound to accept that advice" Ambedkar then replied "In all matters within the scope of the executive power of the Union the president shall in the exercise of the powers conferred upon him be guided by the advice of his ministers We propose to make some amendment to the draft to make things very clear" Interestingly however when the Constitution was finally adopted on 26 January 1950 Ambedkar’s promised amendment of the draft did not find any place Article 74 only said "There shall be a council of ministers with the prime minister at the head to aid and advise the president in the exercise of his functions" Nowhere did it say that the president is bound to accept this advice No wonder that during Emergency prime minister Indira Gandhi did bring out the 42nd Amendment (1976) of the Constitution that said: "There shall be a council of ministers with the prime minister at the head to aid and advise the president who shall in the exercise of his functions act in accordance with such advice" However under the subsequent Janata Party rule when Morarji Desai was Prime Minister the 44th Amendment of 1978 was passed to take care of "the butchering of the Constitution by the 42nd Amendment" The powerlessness of the president in being bounded by the ministers’ advice was diluted and a second paragraph was added to give the president one chance at having the ministers reconsider the advice It said "Provided that the president may require the council of ministers to reconsider such advice either generally or otherwise and the president shall act in accordance with the advice tendered after such reconsideration" Has the debate ended here Not necessarily Words like "such reconsideration" are open to various interpretations But one thing is clear: It will be wrong to say that the Indian president is exactly like the British monarch who reigns but does not govern After all in this age of coalition politics when no political party has the legislative majority to form the government on its own the president can play a huge role in deciding who gets the first invitation to form the government And this is one of the primary reasons why every party hopeful of forming agovernment after the next general elections will like to have its own person at Raisina Hill Even otherwise under Article 78 of the Constitution "it shall be the duty of the prime minister" to communicate to the president all decisions of the council of ministers relating to the administration of the affairs of the Union and proposals for legislation; to furnish such information relating to the administration of the affairs of the Union and proposals for legislation as the president may call for and "if the President so requires to submit for the consideration of the council of ministers any matter on which a decision has been taken by a minister but which has not been considered by the council" Butconsider a situation when the president exercises the power inherent in Article 78 but the council of ministers headed by the prime minister do not follow this Andsuch a thing has happened in the past; there were strong speculations that then president Zail Singh was contemplating sacking then prime minister Rajiv Gandhi in the ’80s as communication between the two had broken down following the latter stopping hisweekly meetings with the former Obviously the 42nd Amendment notwithstanding there are some grey areas which a president can exploit to the great discomfiture of the prime minister And this explains why the race to Raisina Hill is so interesting Every prime minister will like to have a president who shares a common vision This is because unlike in voting by elected representatives in Legislative Assemblies and Parliament.

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