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Correct Option is 1 only

Some cases of termination of citizenship are: 1.the citizen has obtained citizenship by fraud: 2.the citizen has shown disloyalty to the Constitution of India (but not to the laws, because most lawbreakers are only imprisoned or punished): 3.the citizen has unlawfully traded or communicated with the enemy during a war; 4.the citizen has, within five years after registration or naturalization, been imprisoned in any country for two years; and 5. The citizen has been ordinarily resident out of India for seven years continuously. Hence only statement 1 is correct.

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