Answer :

Correct Answer is C.

(a) The first statement is incorrect as the Prime Minister of the country is elected by the election of the Lok Sabha. Prime Minister is elected by the party or coalition which gets the majority in the election.

(b) This statement is also incorrect as President of our country cannot dismiss the Prime Minister whose party has the majority in the Lok Sabha.

(c) This statement is correct as for passing any bill, the signature of President is must and President can ask for reconsideration of the bill.

(d) President can not nominate the leaders of his/her choice to the Council of Ministers. He/She nominates the leaders to the Council of Ministers after the recommendation of the Prime Minister. 

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