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Correct Option is 2 only

State Human Rights Commission The chairperson and members hold office for a term of five years (now 3 years after amendment act of 2019) or until the age of 70 years (whichever is earlier). After their tenure, the chairperson and members are not eligible for further employment under the state government or the Central government (this provision has also been removed via 2019 amendment act). Thus, accordingly– 1. A member is eligible for re-appointment for another term of 3 years subject to the age limit of 70 years. 2. The chairperson and members of the State Human Rights Commission are appointed by the governor, they can be removed only by the President. 3. The salaries, allowances, and other conditions of service of the chairman or a member are determined by the state government. They cannot be varied to his disadvantage after his appointment. Hence statements 1,3 and 4 are incorrect and statement 2 is correct.

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