Explain any two conditions under which a member of Parliament can be disqualified under the Anti-Defection Law.
Two conditions of Anti-Defection Law under which a Member of Parliament can be disqualified are
- If a member of a party who is a parliamentarian abandons his membership from a party or votes or abstains from voting contrary to the directions issued by the party.
- A nominated Member of Parliament belonging to any party can be disqualified if she/he gives up her/his membership and abstains from voting contrary to the directions of the party.
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