Judicial powers of the President of India are discussed below
Judicial powers of the President of India
(i) The President has the power to grant pardon, reprieves, remit, or suspend a death sentence on any appeal for mercy.
(ii) He is not answerable before any Court of Law for the discharge of his duties.
(iii) No criminal suit can be initiated against him during his tenure of office.
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