Statement: The State Government has abolished the scheme of providing concessional air ticket to students.

I. Students will not travel by air in future.
II. The students who resort to travel by air can bear the expenses of air ticket.


Only assumption I is implicit


Only assumption II is implicit


Either I or II is implicit


Neither I nor II is implicit

Answer: (b).Only assumption II is implicit

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