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In the election to the Lok Sabha or the Legislative Assembly, a candidate shall lose the amount of his bail if he is voted by ______ of total valid votes.
1. less than 1/5 votes.
2. less than 1/7 votes.
3. less than 1/6 votes.
4. None of these

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Correct Answer - Option 3 : less than 1/6 votes.

The correct answer is less than 1/6 votes.

  • In Lok Sabha, two members are nominated by a President who belongs to the Anglo-Indian community ( those people whose either mother or father or ancestors are from British).
  • According to the 104th Constitutional Amendment Act, 2019 In January 2020 the Anglo-Indian reserved seats in the Parliament and State Legislatures of Indian were abolished.
  • The minimum age required to become a member of the Lok Sabha is 25 years.
  • The first speaker of the Lok Sabha is Ganesh Vasudeo Mavalankar (1952-1956) and the first female speaker was Meira Kumar (2009-2014).
  • Article 110 deals with the money bill.

  • The Speaker of Lok Sabha has the power to decide whether a bill is a money bill or not.
  • It is introduced only in the Lok Sabha on the recommendation of the President.
  • As per Section 34 1 (a) of the Representation of the People Act, 1951 it is compulsory for the general candidates to deposit a security amount of Rs. 25,000 in case of Parliamentary Constituency and Rs. 10,000 in case of Assembly Constituency.
  • As per Section 34 1 (b) of the Representation of the People Act, 1951 it is compulsory for the Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribe candidates to deposit a security amount of Rs. 12,500 in case of Parliamentary Constituency and Rs. 5,000 in case of Assembly Constituency.
  • In the election to the Lok Sabha or the Legislative Assembly, a candidate shall lose the amount of his bail if he is voted by less than 1/6 votes of total valid votes.

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