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Statement: The govt. has decided to earmark a separate lane in the city for cars with more than one occupant.

Assumptions: .

  1. The move may help decongest the roads of the city.
  2. Many people may resort to pool car system to avoid traffic snarls.

Only I is implicit.


Only II is implicit.


Both I and II are implicit.


Neither I nor II is implicit.

Ans: c

This move will encourage people to pool their cars to take advantage of separate lane where lesser vehicles can move faster. This will also decongest the roads.

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