A) If a bill passed by one house is rejected by the other.
B) If the amendment proposed to a bill by one house is not acceptable to the other.
C) If the house does not take any action of six months on the bill remitted by the other.
D) Under all these conditions.
Correct Answer: D
Solution :[d] Please note that if there is a deadlock between the two houses on a Constitution amendment Bill, there cannot be a joint sitting. In case of Money bills, the rejection of Rajya Sabha is immaterial.
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