How many members are nominated by the President of India in the Lok Sabha from the Anglo-Indian community? - General Test

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How many members are nominated by the President of India in the Lok Sabha from the Anglo-Indian community?

Options

  • 3

  • 6

  • 2

  • 4

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Solution

2

Explanation:

To ensure proper representation of the community in elected legislative bodies, Anglo-Indians were given two nominated seats in the Lok Sabha and one nominated seat in the State Legislative Assemblies. The abolition of Anglo-Indian reservations in legislative bodies has been agreed by the Union Cabinet.

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