The Union Articles 67-72
Article 67. The Union Articles 67-72 The Vice-President shall hold office for a period of five years from the date of entering his office:
(A) A Vice-President may resign his post by writing in his own hand addressed to the President;
(B) A Vice-President may be removed from his office and agreed to by the Lok Sabha by a resolution of the Council of States passed by a majority of all the then members of the Council; But no resolution shall be taken up for the purpose of this section unless at least fourteen days notice has been given with the intention of moving the motion;
(C) A Vice-President shall, despite the expiration of his term, continue in office until his successor enters his office.
Article 68. (1) The election shall be held before the completion of one term to fill the vacancy due to the expiry of the term of office of the Vice-President.
(2) An election to fill a vacancy caused by his death, resignation or expulsion in the office of the Vice-Chancellor, or otherwise held as soon as possible after the occurrence of a vacancy, and the person elected to fill the vacancy Article 67 Be entitled to hold office for a full term of five years from the date on which he enters his office.
Article 69. Every Vice-President shall, before entering his office, make his membership and prescribe before the President, or shall appoint any person appointed by him, an oath or affirmation in the following form, saying- “I, AB in the name of God But take an oath that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the Constitution of India as the law is established and I shall discharge that duty Will the Ndari on which I am about to enter. “
Article 70. Parliament may make such provision as it deems fit for the discharge of the functions of the President in any contingency provided in this chapter.
1 [Article 71. (1) All doubts and disputes arising out of or in connection with the election of a President or Deputy Prime Minister shall be examined and decided by the Supreme Court, whose decision shall be final.
(2) If the election of a person as President or Vice-President is declared void by the Supreme Court, the work done by him in the exercise and performance of the powers and duties of the office of the President or Vice-President, as the case may be. Is, or shall not be invalidated by reason of that declaration before the date of the decision of the Supreme Court.
(3) Subject to the provisions of this Constitution, Parliament may regulate or regulate any matter relating to law to the election of the President or the Deputy Prime Minister.
(4) The election of a person as President or Deputy Prime Minister shall not be called a question on the basis of the existence of any vacancy among the members of the electoral college for any reason.
Article 72. (1) The President shall have the power to grant pardon, waiver, relief or punishment or to suspend, remove or waive the sentence of any person guilty of any offense –
(A) In all cases where punishment or punishment is by court martial;
(B) in all cases where the punishment or punishment is for an offense related to a law from which the executive power of the Union extends;
(c) In all cases where the punishment is capital punishment.
(2) Nothing in clause (1) of subdivision (a) shall affect the power conferred by law by the court to suspend, remove or commute a sentence passed by a court martial to any officer of the armed forces. .
(3) Nothing in sub-clause (c) of clause (1) has the power to suspend, remove or carry capital punishment punishable by the Governor of a State 1 *** under any law. Will affect