(Part V) The Union Articles 61-66.

Union Articles 61-66

Article 61. Union Articles 61-66 (1) When the President is to be impeached for violation of the Constitution, this charge shall be preferred by any House of Parliament.

(2) No fee will be charged unless

(A) The proposal to give priority to such a charge is contained in a resolution which has been signed in writing after not less than fourteen days’ notice not less than one-fourth of the total members of the House. . To move the resolution, and

(B) Such resolution has been passed by a majority of not less than two-thirds of the total membership of the House.

(3) When an allegation is preferred by either House of Parliament, the other House shall examine or examine the charge and the President shall have the right to appear and present in such inquiry.

(4) If a resolution is passed by a majority of not less than two-thirds of the total membership of the House as per the result of the inquiry, by which the charge was investigated or investigated, announcing it That the President is upheld against the charge is upheld, such a motion would have the effect of removing the President from his office, the date on which this resolution is passed.

Article 62. (1) An election to fill a vacant post due to the expiration of the term of office of the President shall be completed before the expiry of the term.

(2) An election to fill a vacant post in the office of the President due to his death, resignation or expulsion, or otherwise, shall be held as soon as possible later, and in no case from a later date. Of vacancy; And the person elected to fill the vacancy, subject to the provisions of Article 56, shall be entitled to hold office for a full term of five years from the date on which he enters his office.

(भाग V) संघ अनुच्छेद 61-66

Article 63. There will be a Vice President of India.

Article 64. The Vice-President shall be the ex-officio Chairman of the Council of States and shall not hold office of any other benefit: Provided that during any period when the Vice-President serves as the President or discharges the functions of the President under Article 65, Then he shall not perform the duties of the post of the President of the Council of States and under Article 97 shall pay any fee payable to the President of the Council of States. Will not be entitled to salary or allowance.

Article 65. (1) In the event of the vacancy of a post in the office of the President, on account of his death, resignation or expulsion, or otherwise, the Vice-President shall act as President on the date on which a new President shall fill this post. Enters his office by being elected according to the provisions of this chapter.

(2) When the President is unable to discharge his functions due to absence, sickness or any other reason, the Vice-President shall discharge his functions until the President resumes his duties.

(3) The Vice-President shall have all the powers and immunities of the President and shall be entitled to such emoluments, allowances, in the course of the work of the President, and in relation to the time, discharging, or performing the functions of the President. And privileges may be prescribed by law and unless such provision is made, such provisions, allowances, allowances and privileges as are specified in the Second Schedule.

Article 66. (1) The Vice-President is elected by a [1] member of an electoral college consisting of members of both houses of parliament and voting, according to the system of proportional representation through a single transferable vote. Such elections will be held by secret ballot.

(2) The Vice-President shall not be a member of any House of Parliament or any House of the Legislature of any State, and if a member of any House of Parliament or of a House of the Legislature of any State shall be elected Vice-President – according to the Vice-President, he shall He must vacate his seat in that House on the date he enters his office as Vice President.

(3) No person shall be eligible for election to the post of Vice President unless he-

(A) is a citizen of India;

(B) has completed the age of thirty-five years; And

(C) is eligible for election as a member of the Council of States.

(4) If a person holds a post of profit in the Government of India or any office under any State or any local or other authority under the control of the said Governments, that person shall not be eligible for election as Vice Chancellor.

Explanation. – For the purposes of this article, a person shall not be deemed to hold any office of profit merely for the reason that he is the President or Vice-President of the Union or the Governor is the 1 *** of any State or the Minister of either Union. For or for a state.

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