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Correct Option is Two

Solution:It is given that; B sits third to the right of A. Only one person sits between B and H. Here we have two possible cases. B likes P2. The one who likes P5 sits third to the right of the one who likes P2. F sits third to the left of G. D sits second to the right of F. D is not an immediate neighbor of A and B.


C is not an immediate neighbor of B. E likes P6. The one who, likes P4 sits second to the right of the one who, likes P6. The one who likes P3 sits third to the right of the one who likes P1. H does not like P1. Here case1 get ruled out. The one who likes P1 sits opposite to the one who likes P8. F does not like P7. So, final arrangement will be:

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