The vector sum of a system of non-collinear forces acting on a rigid body is given to be non-zero

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The vector sum of a system of non-collinear forces acting on a rigid body is given to be non-zero. If the vector sum of all the torques due to the system of forces about a certain point is found to be zero, does this mean that it is necessarily zero about any arbitrary point?

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Here, the second term need not vanish