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Consider the following statements:

1. If the election of the President of India is declared void by the Supreme Court of India, all acts done by him/her in the performance of duties of his/her office of President before the date of decision become invalid.
2. Election for the post of the President of India can be postponed on the ground that some Legislative Assemblies have been dissolved and elections are yet to take place.
3. When a Bill is presented to the President of India, the Constitution prescribes time limitsWithinWhich he/she has to declare his/her assent.

How many of the above statements are correct?
(a) Only one
(b) Only two
(c) All three
(d) None



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The invalidation of the election of the President does not affect the validity of acts performed by the President before the decision.

The election for the post of the President of India cannot be postponed due to the dissolution of Legislative Assemblies. The President's election is governed by a specific schedule, and it takes place as per the prescribed procedure, regardless of the status of Legislative Assembly elections.

The Constitution of India does not prescribe specific time limits for the President to give his/her assent to a Bill.


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