1. Which of the following statements are not true:1. The Rajya Sabha has no power to reject or amend a Money Bill. 2. The Speaker of Lok Sabha has sole and final power of deciding whether a Bill is a Money Bill. 3. In the creation of All-India Services the Lok Sabha has more powers than the Rajya Sabha. 4. In 1976 the Money Bill was introduced in the Rajya Sabha.?





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