Answer: The Speaker can resign from his post on the grounds of ill-health or by submitting a resignation letter to the Deputy Speaker. The Speaker can also be removed from his office by a resolution passed by the majority of members of the House. Before passing such a resolution, the House has to serve a notice of fourteen days to the Speaker. During the notice period, the Deputy Speaker cannot preside over the meetings of the Lok Sabha.
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