Prime Minister of India – Definition
The Prime Minister of India is the Chief Executive of the Government of India. In the parliamentary system of India, the Constitution appoints the President as the head of state, but his actual executive powers are vested in the Prime Minister and his Cabinet.
Appointed and sworn in by the President, the Prime Minister is usually the leader of a party or coalition that has a majority in the lower house of Parliament, the Lok Sabha.
First Prime Minister of India
Since 1947 India has had 14 prime ministers in India. The first prime minister of India was Jawaharlal Nehru of the Indian National Congress party, who was sworn in on 15 August 1947, when India gained independence from the British Raj.
Who ruled for 17 years and remained the Prime Minister of India for so long.
Who was The First Prime Minister of India : Jawaharlal Nehru
Who is Jawaharlal Nehru Wiki
|Full Name:||Jawaharlal Nehru|
|Other Name:||chaha Nehru, Pandit Nehru|
|Political:||First Prime Minister of India|
|Father Name:||Motilal Nehru|
|Mother Name:||Swarup Rani|
|Education:||Graduate in Naturel Science|
|Birth:||14 November 1889|
|Death:||27 May 1964|
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