According to which Article of the Indian Constitution, the President can be impeached?
According to Article 61 of the Indian Constitution, the President of India can be impeached for violation of the Constitution.
The process of impeaching the President is initiated by either the Lok Sabha (the lower house of the Indian Parliament) or the Rajya Sabha (the upper house of the Indian Parliament).
A notice of impeachment signed by at least one-fourth of the total number of members of the house is required to be presented to the Speaker of the Lok Sabha or the Chairman of the Rajya Sabha, as the case may be.
If the notice is admitted, the Speaker or the Chairman appoints a three-member committee to investigate the charges.
If the committee finds the charges to be true, it submits a report to the house, which then debates the report.
If the house adopts the report by a two-thirds majority, the President is deemed to have been impeached.
The impeachment process must be completed within three months of the presentation of the notice.