ADPP Past Paper 2018

Here you will find the Assistant District Public Prosecutor (ADPP) Past Paper 2018. ADPP past papers are very beneficial during preparation. These MCQs are a collection of the most important topics that were given in the ADPP examination. So if you about to sit in the competitive examination of ADPP then you must read out all the past questions in this ADPP past paper.

Assistant District Public Prosecutor (ADPP) Past Paper 2018

The following questions were given in the ADPP past paper:

Jail Manual and Jail Rules

1. ___________ means a person sentenced to imprisonment and committed to prison, and includes a person committed to prison in default of furnishing security to keep the peace or to be of good behavior:

A. Convicted prisoner
B. Civil prosecutor
C. Anti State prisoner
D. none of these
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2. Lunatic may also temporarily detain in prison under the order of the:

A. Judge
B. Magistrate
C. Superintendent
D. Government
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3. According to rule 225, convicted prisoner shall be classified into:

A. 2nd class
B. 3rd Class
C. 5th class
D. 4th class
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4. First class prisons ordinarily have accommodation for:

A. More than 500 prisoners
B. Less than 500 prisoners
C. Less than 100 prisoners
D. Less than 300 prisoners
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5. What do you mean by the ticket exhibiting such information as in required in respect of each prisoner by this Act or the Rules:

A. History tickets
B. Prohibition tickets
C. Remission system
D. none of these
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6. The Reformatory School act was promulgated in year:

A. 1897
B. 1899
C. 1901
D. 1902
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7. Police escort consists of ____________ if prisoners are two or four:

A. One head constable, two constables
B. One head constables and four constables
C. One head constable and three constables
D. One head constable and five constables
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8. Every order for the final discharge of a prisoner shall be signed by the:

A. Expert
B. Deputy Superintendent
C. superintendent
D. Session judge
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9. __________ remission per month for industry and the due performance of the prescribed daily task:

A. four days
B. two days
C. five days
D. three days
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10. No prisoner shall be kept to labour for more than:

A. 9 hours
B. 11 hours
C. 12 hours
D. none of them
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11. No person shall be detained or remanded to prison for a period exceeding _______ at a time, except in case of persons committed for trial in a Court of sessions:

A. 14 days
B. 15 days
C. 16 days
D. 17 days
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12. A prisoner sentenced to one year’s imprisonment on 15th January, 2003 shall be released on:

A. 14th January
B. 15th January
C. 16th January
D. none of these
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13. Newly admitted prisoners may be kept in quarantine for how many maximum days:

A. Three
B. Four
C. Five
D. None of these
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14. _________ shall check all the valuable property of the prisoners with register and admission register and satisfy himself as to its accuracy at least once a year and record the result in his order book:

A. Superintendent
B. Deputy Superintendent
C. Assistant Superintendent
D. none of these
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15. Special remission may be awarded by inspector General upto the extent:

A. Not exceeding thirty days in one year
B. Not exceeding sixty days in one year
C. Not exceeding ninety days in one year
D. none of these
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16. The transfer of prisoners from one prison to another within the Province shall be directed by:

A. Inspector general
B. Superintendent
C. Both a & b
D. none of these
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17. What is the maximum period of solitary confinement when the term of imprisonment foes exceed six months but does not exceed one year:

A. One month
B. Two months
C. three months
D. none of these
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18. What is the maximum period of solitary confinement when the term of imprisonment does not exceed one year:

A. One month
B. Two months
C. Three months
D. none of these
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19. A person who has been sentenced to whipping only by order of a court and is sent to prison for the execution of the sentence shall be entered in admission registered in _________ and treated as an undertrial prisoner:

A. Blue ink
B. Green ink
C. Red ink
D. none of these
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The Control of Narcotic Substance Act (CNSA)
20. ___________ means any substance which may be used for the production of manufacture of narcotic drugs or psychotropic substance:

A. Coca derivative
B. Controlled substance
C. Medical hemp
D. none of these
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21. Director General means Director General of Anti-Narcotics force or any other officer appointed by the ____________ to perform the duties and functions of the Director General under this Act:

A. Federal Government
B. Supreme court
C. Provincial Government
D. none of these
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22. If the quantity of the narcotic drug, psychotropic substance or controlled substance is one hundred grams or less imprisonment which may extend to:

A. One year, or with fine, or with both
B. two year, or with fine, or with both
C. three year, or with fine, or with both
D. none of these
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23. Punishment for transport of 500 grams of narcotic drug within Pakistan may extend to:

A. two years
B. seven years
C. ten years
D. none of these
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24. What is the chemical formula Morphine:

A. C_(21 ) H_23 〖NO〗_(2 )
B. C_(13 ) H_23 〖NO〗_(2 )
C. C_(23 ) H_29 〖NO〗_(2 )
D. C_(17 ) H_19 〖NO〗_(3 )
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25. If any person has assets which are derived from narcotic offences, he shall be punished with imprisonment, which may extend to:

A. Fourteen years but shall not be less than five years and shall also be liable to fine, which shall not be less than the prevailing value of the assets
B. Seventeen years but shall not be less than five years and shall also be liable to fine
C. Eighteen years but shall not be less than five years and shall also be liable to fine
D. none of these
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26. All preparation containing more than 0.1 percent of cocaine

A. Coca derivative
B. Medical hemp
C. Controlled delivery
D. none of these
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27. Who has power of entry, search, seizure and arrest without warrant under Control of Narcotic Substances Act, 1997:

A. Sub-inspector
B. Constables
C. Head Constables
D. none of these
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28. Anyone organize, manage, traffic in or finance the import, transport or manufacture or trafficking of narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances, shall be punishable with imprisonment which may extend to:

A. Two years, or with fine, or with both
B. three years, or with fine, or with both
C. four years, or with fine, or with both
D. none of these
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29. A permit for cultivation of narcotic plant for medical purposes can be granted by:

A. Excise & Taxation department
B. Director General ANF
C. Federal GOVERNMENT
D. none of these
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Juvenile Justice System
30. Which government has the power to establish one or more juvenile Courts for any local is within the jurisdiction:

A. Provisional government
B. District Government
C. Federal Government
D. none of these
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31. In the Punjab Province, Juvenile Courts established on:

A. April 26, 2001
B. April 28, 2001
C. April 24, 2001
D. none of these
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32. Following shall be present at any sitting of the juvenile court except:

A. Members of juvenile court
B. Guardian of court
C. Officers of Juvenile
D. Reporters of newspapers
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33. A child accused of, or victim of, an offense, has the right to legal assistance at the expense of the state and provided by a legal practitioner with the least _____ standing at the Bar:

A. Five years
B. Six Years
C. Seven years
D. none of these
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34. When a child of the age of _______ or above is arrested, the court may refuse to grant bail if there are reasonable grounds to believe that such child is involved in an offense which in its option is serious, heinous, gruesome, brutal, sensational in character:

A. Fifteen years
B. Sixteen years
C. Fourteen years
D. none of these
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35. A probation officers is appointed by:

A. District & Session Judge
B. Juvenile Court
C. Provincial Government
D. none of these
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Parole & Probation Laws
36. Parole means:

A. Pardon of sentence
B. Remission of sentence
C. Suspension of sentence
D. temporary release for special purpose
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37. Prisoner will be release on parole if he accepted the conditions of license before:

A. Assistant Director
B. Parole officer
C. Superintendent of a jail
D. none of these
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38. Good conduct prisoners probation release act was promulgated in:

A. 1922
B. 1934
C. 1936
D. 1926
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39. Which are the classes of offenders shall be eligible for conditional release under this act:

A. First offender sentence is not more than six months
B. First offender sentence is not more than seven months
C. First offender sentence is not more than five months
D. none of these
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40. Who shall be generally responsible for the supervision, director and control of all prisoners released:

A. Assistant Director
B. Parole Officer
C. Superintendent in a jail
D. none of these
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Medical Jurisprudence
41. Color of skin due to strangulation or suffocation may be:

A. Blue
B. Red
C. Black
D. none of these
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42. Which of the following does not amount to criminal negligence:

A. Leaving sponge in the abdomen
B. Unable to warn against probable side effects of the medicine
C. Giving wrong infected blood
D. none of these
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43. Hydrostatic test is not required in following case:

A. Dead born
B. Stillborn
C. Non-viable child
D. none of these
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44. Post mortem is a new born baby by opening first:

A. Skull
B. Chest cavity
C. Abdomen cavity
D. none of these
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45. Following are causes of death in a patient with burn except:

A. Shock
B. Suffocation
C. Sepsis
D. air embolism
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46. Best method to prove paternity:

A. Blood grouping
B. Phenotypic resemblances
C. Finger prints
D. DNA finger printing
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47. For hydrostatic test to be positively at all stages, the following must be present inside lung alveoli:

A. Residual air
B. Tidal air
C. Exudates and tidal air
D. none of these
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48. Importance may be pleaded as a ground for all except:

A. Divorce
B. Rape
C. Adultery
D. Unnatural sexual offence
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49. Most common addicting drug used world wide is:

A. Marijuana
B. Brown sugar
C. Alcohol
D. none of these
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50. Super imposition technique is used in:

A. Skull
B. Pelvis
C. Femur
D. none of these
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51. A person is held responsible for his acts done under following section:

A. Delirium tremens
B. Epileptic condition
C. hypnosis
D. none of these
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52. Lower end of the femur can help to determine the:

A. Age
B. height
C. weight
D. none of these
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53. A person can be given valid consent for routine physical examination if he is above the age of:

A. 12 years
B. 14 years
C. 18 years
D. 16 years
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54. What is DNA fingerprinting:

A. Identification of a person’s fingerprint by using genetic engineering method
B. A record of persons genetic make up
C. Identification of persons by genetic analysis
D. none of these
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55. First structure to show rigor mortis is:

A. Eyelids
B. Lips
C. Heart
D. Intestines
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56. In myocardial infraction microscopic changes cannot be observed before:

A. 4 hours
B. 8 hours
C. 12 hours
D. none of these
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57. Immediate rigidity of a group of muscles is called:

A. Cadeveric rigidity
B. Cadevaric rigidity
C. cataleptic rigidity
D. none of these
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58. Cadaveric spasm:

A. Instant in onset
B. Confined to a small group of muscle
C. Occurs only in a voluntary muscle
D. All of them
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59. Where does a lacerated wound appear like an incised wound:

A. Abdomen
B. Thorax
C. Hand
D. Forehead
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60. Ossification center appearing just before birth:

A. Lower birth of femur
B. Lower end of tibia
C. Upper end of humerus
D. none of these
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61. If a body is left undisturbed for long does the post mortem staining persists:

A. Few hours
B. Few days
C. Few months
D. Persists till it merges with the discoloration of putrefaction
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62. Best method of determine age up to 14 years is:

A. Ossification centers
B. Detention
C. Anthropometry
D. none of these
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63. On tenth day of a tooth behind knocked out, the local clinic finding will be:

A. Abrasion
B. Laceration
C. Contusion
D. none of these
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National Accountability Bureau Ordinance 1999
64. The president of Pakistan, in consultation with the ______, is competent to make an order for the purpose of removing any difficulties in respect of the NAB Ordinance:

A. Chief Justice of Pakistan
B. Chief Justice of High court
C. chief justice of Pakistan
D. none of these
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65. NAB Ordinance shall come into force at once and shall be deemed to have come into force from the:

A. 1st Day of 1985
B. 1st Day of 1998
C. 1st Day of 1999
D. 1st Day of 2000
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66. What is the maximum punishment under NAB Ordinance 1999:

A. 14 years
B. 11 years
C. 10 years
D. none of these
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67. ________ shall stand repealed from the date of promulgation of NAB Ordinance:

A. The Ehtesab Act 1996 (Act IX of 1996)
B. The Ehtesab Act 1997 (Act IX of 1997)
C. The Ehtesab Act 1998 (Act IX of 1998)
D. none of these
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68. No suit, prosecution, or anyother proceedings shall lie against _____________ exercising any power of performing any function under this performance:

A. Provincial Government
B. Chairman NAB or any member of NAB
C. Federal Government
D. All of these
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69. What is the punishment for giving or fabricating false evidence during the inquiry, investigation of an offense by the National Accountability Bureau Or any agency:

A. 3 years or less
B. 5 years or less
C. 7 years or less
D. none of these
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70. The chairman is the head of investigation, and serves for the term of:

A. Four years
B. Five years
C. Three years
D. none of these
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71. Who is the first Chairman of NAB:

A. Munir A. Malik
B. Lt-Gen Syed Muhammad Amjad
C. Irfan Qadir
D. none of these
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72. Accountability Court which shall consists of a Judge who shall be appointed by:

A. Chief Justice of Pakistan
B. President of Pakistan
C. Prime Minister
D. none of these
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73. ______ means a relation to any person serving in connection with the affairs of the Federation, including any person employed by a corporation, body, financial institution, bank, authority undertaking or any other organization set up, controlled or administered by or under the authority of the Federal Government or the Provincial Government concerned:

A. Federal Governments
B. Appropriate Government
C. Provincial Government
D. none of these
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The Anti Terrorism Act(ATA), 1997
74. The Anti-Terrorism act 1997 was promulgated by:

A. President Farooq Ahmad Leghari
B. President Rafiq Tarar
C. Pervez Musharaf
D. none of these
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75. How many Schedules are there in Anti-Terrorism Act 1997:

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. none of these
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76. __________ means any awful seizure or exercise of control, or any attempt at unlawful seizure or exercise of control, of an aircraft, by force, violence, threat, or any form of obstruction, directly or indirectly from within or outside the aircraft:

A. Kidnapping
B. Hostage-taking
C. Hijacking
D. none of these
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77. Terrorist investigation means an investigation of:

A. The commission, preparation, or investigation of acts of terrorism under this act
B. An act which appears to have been done for the purposes of terrorism or the commission, preparation, or instigation of an offense under the act
C. the resources of a prescribed organization or any other act for which investigation may be necessary for the purposes of this Act
D. all of these
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78. Any other act of terrorism not falling under Clauses (a) to (h) above or under any other provision of this act, shall be punishable, and not less than six months and not more than:

A. Nine years or with fine or with both
B. seven years or with fine or with both
C. five years or with fine or with both
D. none of these
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79. Anti-Terrorism court shall consist of a judge, being a person who:

A. is a judge of High Court or has been sessions judge or an additional sessions judge
B. has exercised the power of a District Magistrate or an Additional District Magistrate or has successfully completed an advanced course in Shariah law, conducted by the International Islamic University Islamabad
C. Has a period of not less than then years been an advocate of a high court
D. all of these
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80. A judge of Anti-Terrorism Court shall hold office for a period of:

A. four and a half years
B. two and a half year
C. three and a half year
D. none of these
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81. A child guilty of an offence under sub section (4) shall be liable on conviction to imprisonment for a term not less than

A. Nine months and not exceeding seven years
B. Six months and not exceeding five years
C. Seven months and not exceeding seven years
D. none of these
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82. All offences under this Act punishable with death or imprisonment exceeding ________ years shall be non-bailable

A. 6 years
B. 3 years
C. 2 years
D. 1 year
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The Prevention of Corruption Act, 1947 And Punjab Anti-Corruption Establishment Rules, 1985
83. Total sections of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1947 are:

A. 5
B. 6
C. 7
D. none of these
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84. The Prevention of Corruption Act, 1947 was promulgated on:

A. 11th March 1947
B. 12th March 1947
C. 14th March 1947
D. 15th March 1947
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85. A public servant is said to commit the offense of ________ if he accepts or obtains, or agrees to accept or attempts to obtain from any person for himself or for any another person, any gratification (other than legal remuneration) as a motive or reward such as is mentioned in Section 161 of the Pakistan Penal code:

A. Criminal Misconduct
B. Terrorism
C. Corruption
D. none of these
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86. Any public servant who attempts to commit a criminal misconduct shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend to:

A. seven years or with fine or with both
B. nine years or with fine or with both
C. five years or with fine or with both
D. none of these
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87. What are the key corruption issues in Pakistan:

A. Post-independence settlement of refugees and allocation of properties. Evacuee Property led to the start of corruption seeping into Pakistan society
B. The interventionist economic policies and wide discretionary Powers (Gas, Petroleum, Textile) tempted public officials into criminal acts
C. Exorbitant valuation inland acquisition of major projects led to huge increase in project outlays
D. All of these
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88. Before 1956 there was only a small Anti corruption cell, headed by a Superintendent of Police under:

A. Anti Corruption Department, Government of West Pakistan
B. Foreign Department, Government of West Pakistan
C. Home Department, Government of West Pakistan
D. none of these
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89. The West Pakistan Anti-Corruption Ordinance 1961 was promulgated on:

A. 5th September 1961
B. 6th September 1961
C. 8th September 1961
D. none of these
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90. Anti Corruption Establishment Rules, 1985 were framed in super session of:

A. Anti Corruption Establishment Rules, 1973
B. Anti Corruption Establishment Rules, 1974
C. Anti Corruption Establishment Rules, 1976
D. none of these
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The West Pakistan Maintenance of Public Order Ordinance, 1960
91. The west Pakistan Maintenance of Public Order Ordinance, 1960 is also known as:

A. W.P Ordinance No XXXI of 1960
B. W.P Ordinance No XXIII of 1960
C. W.P Ordinance No XXVI of 1960
D. none of these
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92. The West Pakistan Maintenance Public Order Ordinance, 1960 was enforce in:

A. 9th December 1960
B. 6th December 1960
C. 2nd December 1960
D. none of these
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93. Government means the Government of:

A. North Western Frontier Province
B. Punjab
C. Balochistan
D. none of these
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94. A police officer not below the rank of _________, if satisfied on the receipt of credible information that a person against whom an order of arrest or of arrest and detention has been made under this section is present within such officer’s jurisdiction, may arrest him without a warrant in the same manner as eh would have done if such order of arrest had been addressed to him:

A. Constable
B. Head Constable
C. Sub Inspector
D. ASI
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95. If any person contravenes any order made under section (4), he shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to:

A. Four months or with fine or with both
B. Five months or with fine or with both
C. Six months or with fine or with both
D. none of these
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96. Whoever contravenes any provision of this Ordinance or disobeys or neglects to comply with any order made or direction given in accordance with its provisions shall, where no express provision is made by this Ordinance for the punishment of such contravention, disobedience, or negligence, be punished with imprisonment which may extend to:

A. four years or with fine or with both
B. three years or with fine or with both
C. Six years or with fine or with both
D. none of these
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97. Whoever induces or attempts to induce any public servant or any servant of local authority to disregard or fail in his duties as such servant shall be punished with imprisonment which may extend to:

A. two years or with fine or with both
B. three years or with fine or with both
C. four years or with fine or with both
D. one years or with fine or with both
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98. If a person shall do any act with intent to impair the efficiency or impede the working of or to cause damage to any building, vehicle, machinery, apparatus, ort other property used, or intended to be used, for the purposes of Government or any local authority; this is called:

A. Sabotage
B. harmful
C. Damage
D. none of these
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99. Notwithstanding anything contained in the Code every offence punishable under this ordinance shall be:

A. Not Cognizable
B. Non-bailable
C. Bailable
D. none of these
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100. Government may make rules not inconsistent with the provisions of this Ordinance, to carry into effect the purpose thereof under section:

A. 23
B. 25
C. 27
D. none of these
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