Statement: Should public meeting and conferences be banned in the country? Arg. I: Yes, it is the place where, opponents are abused Arg. II: No, it is against fundamental rights given to citizens of India. [5153]

Q) Statement: Should public meeting and conferences be banned in the country?
Arg. I: Yes, it is the place where, opponents are abused
Arg. II: No, it is against fundamental rights given to citizens of India.

Options:
A)only I is strong
B) only argument II is strong
C) both the arguments are strong
D) neither I nor II is strong

Answer

B) only argument II is strong | Explanation:Right to freedom of expression is a fundamental right. So argument II is strong but argument I is weak because it rarely happens that opponents are abused in public meetings and conferences.

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