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Mark the correct answer.

Statement (I): The Indian government functions on two levels. The first is the federal state or the central government, while the second level consists of the state governments. 

Statement (II): Each state has a legislative body of its own.

Statement (III): India is not an example of pure federalism. 
  1. Only statement (I) is true.
  2. Only statement (II) is true.
  3. Only statement (II) and statement (III) are true.
  4. All are true.


Solution

The correct option is C Only statement (II) and statement (III) are true.
The Indian government functions on three levels. The first is the central or federal level, the second is made up of the state governments, and the third consists of the self-governing bodies in rural and urban areas. Every state government has three organs like the central government. However, India is not a 'pure federal' state. Its is often described as quasi-federal, since it combines unitary and federal features, and the Centre is stronger than the respective state governments. 

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