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Correct Option is 1 and 2

Dissolution The legislative council ( permanent house) is not subject to dissolution. Only the legislative assembly is subject to dissolution. Dissolution ends the very life of the existing House, and a new House is constituted after the general elections are held 1.Bill pending in the assembly lapses (whether originating in the assembly or transmitted to it by the council). 2.Bill passed by the assembly but pending in the council lapses. 3.Bill pending in the council but not passed by the assembly does not lapse. 4.Bill passed by the assembly (in a unicameral state) or passed by both the houses (in a bicameral state) but pending assent of the governor or the President does not lapse. 5.Bill passed by the assembly (in a unicameral state) or passed by both the Houses (in a bicameral state) but returned by president for reconsideration of House does not lapse. Hence statement 1 and 2 are incorrect and statement 3 is correct.

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