A) Constitution explicitly provides that nominated members of Rajya Sabha cannot become minister'
B) Any state can have one nominated member of the Anglo-Indian community in the Legislative Assembly
C) Nominated members of Rajya Sabha don't take part so. the election of the Vice President
D) Nominated members cannot vote on Money Bills
Correct Answer: B
Solution :[b] Statement [a] is incorrect. The reason for not making nominated members? ministers lies in convention and not in Constitutional Provisions. The Governor of any state, if he feels that the Anglo-Indian community is inadequately represented, can nominate 1 member of the community to the Legislative Assembly, while the President can nominate two such members to the Lok Sabha. Thus, Statement [b] is correct. Statement [c] is incorrect as all members of the two Houses of Parliament take part in the election of Vice-President. Statement [d] is also incorrect and there are no such restrictions on the voting powers of nominated members compared to the general members except in the election of the President, of India, where nominated members are not allowed to vote.
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