The President of India is vested with Military powers. Military Powers of the President of India are discussed blow
Military Powers of the President
(i) The President is the supreme commander of the armed forces of India.
(ii) He appoints the Chiefs of the three wings of the Army, subject to certain rules and regulations.
(iii) He can declare war or conclude peace with any foreign power on the advice of Council of Ministers.
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