DMPQ- Unlike British constitution Indian Constitution does not grant any immunity to the ministers for their official acts. Comment

The Constitution does not grant any immunity to the ministers for their official acts. But, since they are not required to countersign (as in Britain) the official acts of the president and the governors, they are not liable in the courts for those acts. Moreover, they are not liable for the official acts done by the president and the governors on their advice as the courts are debarred from inquiring into such advice. However, the ministers do not enjoy any immunity for their personal acts and can be sued for crimes as well as torts (wrongful acts) in ordinary courts like common citizens.

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