The fifth general election to Lok Sabha was held in ______ - Political Science

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The fifth general election to Lok Sabha was held in ______ 

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  • October 1970

  • November 1970

  • January 1971

  • February 1971

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The fifth general election to Lok Sabha was held in February 1971.

Concept: Congress Victory in 1971 Elections
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