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Correct Option is Only 1

The veto power enjoyed by the executive in modern states can be classified into the following four types 1.Absolute veto, that is, withholding of assent to the bill passed by the legislature. 2.Qualified veto, which can be overridden by the legislature with a higher majority. 3.Suspensive veto, which can be overridden by the legislature with an ordinary majority. 4.Pocket veto, that is, taking no action on the bill passed by the legislature. Of the above four, the President of India is vested with three only, absolute veto, suspensive veto and pocket veto. There is no qualified veto in the case of Indian President. Thus it is possessed by the American President. Hence only statement 1 is incorrect.

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