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Correct Option is Both 1 and 2

These are the list of amendments related to Lok Sabha Amendment Act Amended Provisions w.r.t. Lok Sabha 2nd Amendment Act, 1952 Readjusted the scale of representation in the Lok Sabha 23rd Amendment Act, 1969 Extended the reservation of seats for the SCs and STs, and special representation for the Anglo-Indians in the Lok Sabha for a further period of ten years (i.e., up to 1980) 31st Amendment Act, 1972 Increased the number of Lok Sabha seats from 525 to 545 41st Amendment Act, 1976 Froze the seats in the Lok Sabha and state legislative assemblies on the basis of 1971 census till 2001 Raised the tenure of Lok Sabha and state legislative assemblies from 5 to 6 years 44th Amendment Act, 1978 Restored the original term of the Lok Sabha and the state legislative assemblies (i.e., 5 years) Omitted the provisions which took away the power of the court to decide the election disputes of the Lok Sabha Speaker 45th Amendment Act, 1980 Extended the reservation of seats for the SCs and STs and special representation for the Anglo-Indians in the Lok Sabha 51st Amendment Act, 1984 Provided for reservation of seats in the Lok Sabha for STs in Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland and Mizoram 61st Amendment Act, 1989 Reduced the voting age from 21 years to 18 years for the Lok Sabha 62nd Amendment Act, 1989 Extended the reservation of seats for the SCs and STs and special representation for the Anglo-Indians in the Lok Sabha 79th Amendment Act, 1999 Extended the reservation of seats for the SCs and STs and special representation for the Anglo-Indians in the Lok Sabha 84th Amendment Act, 2001 Extended the ban on the readjustment of seats in the Lok Sabha for another 25 years (i.e., up to 2026) with the same objective of encouraging population limiting measures 91st Amendment Act, 2003 Article 75(1A): The total number of ministers, including the Prime Minister, in the Central Council of Ministers, shall not exceed 15% of the total strength of the Lok Sabha 95th Amendment Act, 2009 Article 334: Extended the reservation of seats for the SCs and STs and special representation for the Anglo-Indians in the Lok Sabha for a further period of ten years i.e., up to 2020 Therefore both statements are correct.

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