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For election to the Lok Sabha, a nomination paper can be filed by
(a)anyone resident in India.
(b) a resident of the constituency from which the election is to be contested.
(c) any citizen of India whose name appears in the electoral roll of a constituency.
(d) any citizen of India.



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According to the provisions of the Representation of the People Act, 1951, a person who is a citizen of India and whose name appears in the electoral roll of a particular constituency is eligible to file a nomination paper for the Lok Sabha election from that constituency. The person must meet other eligibility criteria such as age, citizenship, and fulfillment of any additional requirements set by the Election Commission of India.


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