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Correct Option is Executive power

Indian President is the head of the state and he is also called the first citizen of India. He is a part of Union Executive, provisions of which are dealt with Article 52-78 including articles related to President (Article 52-62). The executive powers and functions of the President are 1. All executive actions of the Government of India are formally taken in his name 2. He appoints the prime minister and the other ministers. They hold office during his pleasure 3. He appoints the attorney general of India and determines his remuneration. The attorney general holds office during the pleasure of the President 4. He can seek any information relating to the administration of affairs of the Union, and proposals for legislation from the prime minister 5. He directly administers the union territories through administrators appointed by him 6. He can declare any area as scheduled area and has powers with respect to the administration of scheduled areas and tribal areas 7. He can appoint a commission to investigate the conditions of SCs, STs and other backward classes. Hence Option (a) is correct."

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