The post of Prime Minister of the Republic of India is the post of Chief of the Indian Union. According to the Indian Constitution, the Prime Minister is the head of the Council of Ministers of the Central Government and the Chief Adviser to the President. He is the head of the Government of India's executive and is accountable to the Parliament for the work of the government. The Prime Minister is the leader of the majority party in the Lok Sabha, and his appointment is to prove the majority in the Lok Sabha by the President of India. No timelines have been set on this post, but a person can remain on this post only till the majority in the Lok Sabha is in his favor.
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Siddaramaiah is an Indian politician and lawyer who served as the Chief Minister of Karnataka from 2013 to 2018. Siddaramaiah started his political career in the Socialist Yuvjana Sabha of Professor Nanjunda Swamy, a lawyer by profession. He worked as a junior lawyer until 1978. He held various positions in the Karnataka Legislative Assembly. He is an important political leader of the Indian National Congress. Prior to this he served as a politician for the JDS and on two occasions became Deputy Chief Minister for the state. He is the leader of the Kuruba community. Siddaramaiah was expelled as JD (S) in 2005-06 after differences with HD Deve Gowda. Subsequently after joining the Indian National Congress, he is currently the Chairman of the Coordination Committee which coordinates the Congress-JDS coalition government.