Q.2 The population of the country is a crucial factor in the election of the President, which means the people’s presence in the process of electing the President is very much visible. In context of this, explain the method followed for the election of the President of India and what are the implications of the people’s presence in the process? (10 Marks)

Mentor’s comment- https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/op-ed/the-president-is-not-a-mere-rubber-stamp/article65635390.ece In the intro, mention the nature of debate in the Constituent Assembly on the election method. In the body, explain the method and how population of India is represented in the total votes rather than one member one vote. In the next part, mention the implications of such wider base. Conclude by … Continue reading Q.2 The population of the country is a crucial factor in the election of the President, which means the people’s presence in the process of electing the President is very much visible. In context of this, explain the method followed for the election of the President of India and what are the implications of the people’s presence in the process? (10 Marks)