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Correct Option is 1 and 2

The Lokpal is an anti-corruption Ombudsman. The Lokpal is different in the sense that the Lokpal will have its jurisdiction over top political executives, including the Prime Minister. The institution of the Lokpal is established at the Centre and the Lokayukta at the level of the State and thus seeks to provide a uniform vigilance and anti-corruption road map for the nation both at the Centre and at the States. The Lokpal consists of a Chairperson with a maximum of 8 members of which 50% shall be judicial members. The jurisdiction of Lokpal includes 1.The Prime Minister 2.Ministers 3.Members of Parliament 4.Groups A, B, C, and D officers and officials of the Central Government. Hence only statements 1 and 2 are correct.

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