1. Which among the following statements is/are false: (1) For qualifying to the Lok Sabha, a person must be a at least 25 years of age (2) A person can be a member of both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha at the same time (3)A person belonging to Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe can contest elections from a general seal also, and not just with the reserved seat. (4) If a member of either of the Houses votes against the directions given by his party, he can be deemed to be disqualified





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