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What Are the Disqualifications Laid Down to Be Elected as the Member of Lok Sabha? - History and Civics

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What are the disqualifications laid down to be elected as the member of Lok Sabha?

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Solution

The disqualifications for the members of the Lok Sabha are:

  1. If he/she is a government contractor, etc.
  2. If he/she is convicted by a court of law in India and sentenced to imprisonment for more than two years.
  3. If a member of Parliament is found guilty of election offices or corrupt practices.
  4. If he/she does not lodge an account of his election expenses.
Concept: Relationship Between the Two Houses – Differences. Anti–Defection Law.
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ICSE ICSE Class 10 History and Civics
Chapter 1 The Union Parliament
Short Questions I | Q 2
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