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Statement: "Don't park your vehicles on the road" - a notice board by the traffic police.


  1. There is a space for parking nearby.
  2. Traffic police is indifferent to the parking problems of vehicle owners.

Only I is implicit.


Only II is implicit.


Either I or II is implicit.


I and II are implicit.

Ans: a

The police knows that there is a parking space nearby, from where the vehicle owners can walk, that's why it has put that notice. So I is implicit, and II is not.

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