What is True with Members of Parliament’S Immunity from Arrest? - Current Affairs Including General Knowledge

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What is true with Members of Parliament’s immunity from arrest?

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  • In civil cases, while the Legislature is in session, for 40  days before and after and in criminal cases no arrest during Parliament Session. 

  • In civil cases, while Legislature is in session, for 40  days before and after and in criminal cases arrest can be made at any time.

  • In civil cases, while the Legislature is in session, for 20  days before and after and in criminal cases no arrest during Parliament Session.

  • In civil cases, while Legislature is in session, for 20  days before and after and in criminal cases arrest can be made at any time.

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In civil cases, while the Legislature is in session, for 40  days before and after and in criminal cases no arrest during Parliament Session.

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