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Match the Following: (A) Syndicate (B) Defection (C) Slogan (D) Anti-congressism (i) an Elected Representative Leaving the Party on Whose Ticket She/He Has Been Elected. - Political Science

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 Match the following:

(a) Syndicate (i) An elected representative leaving the party on whose ticket she/he has been elected.
(b) Defection (ii) A catchy phrase that attracts public attention.
(c) Slogan (iii) Parties with different ideological position coming together to oppose Congress and its policies.
(d) Anti-Congressism (iv) A group of powerful and influential leaders within the Congress
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Solution

(a) Syndicate  (ii) A catchy phrase that attracts public attention.
(b) Defection (i) An elected representative leaving the party on whose ticket she/he has been  elected.
(c) Slogan (iv) A group of powerful and influential leaders within the Congress
(d) Anti-Congressism (iii) Parties with different ideological position coming together to oppose Congress and its policies.
Concept: Political Succession After Nehru
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NCERT Class 12 Political Science - Politics in India since Independence
Chapter 5 challenges to and restoration of the congress system
Exercise | Q 2 | Page 100
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