He cannot be questioned by any court for the action by him in the discharge of his duties. No criminal proceedings can be launched against him during his tenure.
The President of India is entitled to an emolument Rs. 50,000 per month and other allowances and rent free official residence at President House. On retirement he is entitled to a pension of Rs. 25,000 per month.
The Article 356 of the Indian constitution Powers the President of India to take over the administration of, in case its constitutional machinery breaks down. This exercise as the imposition of President’s Rule in any state. Resignation- If the President of India wants to quit the post full five years of his tenure, he submits his on to the Vice-President of India. vice-president
Article 63 of the Constitution provider total there shall be £ Vice-President of India who will act in place of the President where. the latter falls ill or vacates his office for any other reason. In case of the death of the President, the Vice-President can act for him till the new President assumes the post. He is the ex-officio Chairman of the Rajya Sabha.
The Vice-President of India is elected by members c an electoral college consisting of the members of both Houses of the Parliament.
1. He must be a citizen of India.
2. He must be not less than 35 years of age.
3. He must be qualified for election as member of the rajya sabha.
The Vice-President of India draws a monthly of Rs. 40,000. After his retirement he gets 20,000 rupees per monthly as pension.
If the Vice-President of India wants to quit his before the expiry of full five year term of his tenure, he submits resignation to the President of India.