At present MP's will elect a prime minister and M.L.A's will elect Chief Minister in the floor. Can Indians get chance to vote directly for a Chief Minister & Prime Minister?

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  • I'm sorry, but we generally do not handle questions which ask us to predict the future. – Philipp Oct 29 '18 at 15:32

Never. India has a parliamentary system of democracy wherein the leader of the house is elected by the members of the house. So, unless someone writes a new constitution for India, you'll never get to vote for a person directly to be your prime minister or chief minister.

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