# Statement and Argument MCQs

Welcome to our comprehensive collection of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) on Statement and Argument, a fundamental topic in the field of Logical Reasoning. Whether you're preparing for competitive exams, honing your problem-solving skills, or simply looking to enhance your abilities in this field, our Statement and Argument MCQs are designed to help you grasp the core concepts and excel in solving problems.

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Q1.
Statement: Should all the unauthorized structures in the city be demolished?
Arguments:

I. No. Where will the people residing in such houses live?
II. Yes. This will give a clear message to general public and they will refrain from constructing unauthorized buildings.
Answer: (b).Only argument II is strong
Q2.
Statement: Should there be a maximum limit for the number of ministers in the Central Government?
Arguments:

I. No. The political party in power should have the freedom to decide the number of ministers to be appointed.
II. Yes. The number of ministers should be restricted to a certain percentage of the total number of seats in the parliament to avoid unnecessary expenditure.
Answer: (b).Only argument II is strong
Q3.
Statement: Should foreign films be banned in India?
Arguments:

I. Yes. They depict an alien culture which adversely affects our values.
II. No. Foreign films are of a high artistic standard.
Answer: (d).Neither I nor II is strong
Q4.
Statement: Is buying things on instalments profitable to the customer?
Arguments:

I. Yes. He has to pay less.
II. No, paying instalments upsets the family budget.
Answer: (d).Neither I nor II is strong
Q5.
Statement: Should Doordarshan be given autonomous status?
Arguments:

I. Yes. It will help Doordarshan to have fair and impartial coverage of all important events.
II. No. The coverage of events will be decided by a few who may not have healthy outlook.
Answer: (a).Only argument I is strong
Q6.
Statement: Should religion be banned?
Arguments:

I. Yes. It develops fanaticism in people.
II. No, Religion binds people together.
Answer: (c).Either I or II is strong
Q7.
Statement: Should India become a permanent member of UN's Security Council?
Arguments:

I. Yes. India has emerged as a country which loves peace and amity.
II. No. Let us first solve problems of our own people like poverty, malnutrition.
Answer: (a).Only argument I is strong
Q8.
Statement: Should fashionable dresses be banned?
Arguments:

I. Yes. Fashions keep changing and hence consumption of cloth increases.
II. No. Fashionable clothes are a person's self expression and therefore his/her fundamental right.
Answer: (b).Only argument II is strong
Q9.
Statement: Should an organization like UNO be dissolved?
Arguments:

I. Yes. With cold war coming to an end, such organizations have no role to play
II. No, In the absence of such organizations there may be a world war.
Answer: (b).Only argument II is strong
Q10.
Statement: Should there be no place of interview in selection?
Arguments:

I. Yes, it is very subjective in assessment.
II. No. It is the only instrument to judge candidates' motives and personality.
Answer: (a).Only argument I is strong
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