Statement: The situation of this area still continues to be tense and out of control. People are requested to be in their homes only.

I. There had been some serious incidents.
II. People will not go to the office.
III. Normalcy will be restored shortly.


Only I is implicit


Only I and II are implicit


None is implicit


Only I and III are implicit

Answer: (b).Only I and II are implicit

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