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Statement: Should the number of holidays of government employees be reduced?

Arguments:
I. Yes. Our government employees are having the maximum number of holidays among the countries of the world.
II. Yes. It is a sign of British legacy, why should we carry it further?
III. Yes. It will speed up work and all the pending jobs can be completed well in time.
IV. No. Employees must be given ample spare time to spend with their family.


A
Only I and III are strong
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B
Only III is strong
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C
Only I, III and IV are strong
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D
only II is strong
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E
None of these
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Solution

The correct option is C Only III is strong
Reducing the number of holidays just because no other country gives so many holidays or it is a feature of a certain system which we have renounced, does not seem convincing. So, neither I nor II holds strong. However, this step would surely help to reduce the backlog of pending cases and dispense with the new cases much more quickly than before. So, III holds strong. Even if the holidays are reduced, only the avoidable or seemingly unnecessary ones shall be cut short and the national holidays shall still remain to enjoy. So, IV also does not hold.

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