1. Which among the following statements concerning the Chief Minister is/are NOT true: (1) At his time of appointment, the Chief Minister need not be a member of the state legislature (2) Chief Minister must ALWAYS prove his majority in the legislative assembly BEFORE his appointment. (3) It is the governor who does the final appointment of the Chief Minister. (4) The Chief Minister can recommend the dissolution of the legislative assemble to the Governor.





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