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Indian Constitution Page 9


Responsibility of contingency fund is given to;

A. President.
B. Prime minister.
C. Speaker.
D. Vice president.


Prime minister appointed by;

A. Speaker.
B. President.
C. Vice president.
D. None of these.


Advocate general of states appointed by;

A. Chief minister.
B. Rajyapal.
C. President.
D. Prime minister.


Indian constitution give the permission to share his/her view to any court of India, to;

A. President.
B. Prime minister.
C. Attorney general.
D. Speaker.


Accountant of central and state government is;

A. Attorney general.
B. President.
C. Comtroller and Auditor general(CAG).
D. Speaker.