ADPP Past Paper 2020

Here you will find the Assistant District Public Prosecutor (ADPP) Past Paper 2020. 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 2020

The following questions were given in the ADPP past paper:

Control of Narcotic Substance Act (1997)

1. Where the special court trying an offence punishable under the Act is satisfied that there appear reasonable grounds for believing that the accused has committed such an offence, it may order the freezing of assets of the:

A. Accused
B. His relatives
C. Associates
D. All of these
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2. Who is appointed as a judge of special Courts having the power to try all offences:

A. Judicial Magistrate of the First Class
B. Sessions Judge
C. Both a & b
D. Additional Sessions Judge
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3. A person shall be appointed as a Judge of special Court after consultation with the _________ of the Province in which the Special Court is established:

A. Chief Justice of High Court
B. Governor
C. Chief Minister
D. None of these
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4. Which court has jurisdiction to try narcotic offence:

A. Special Court
B. Supreme Court
C. High Court
D. None of these
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5. The management, overall control and supervision of the affairs of the Fund shall vest in a Governing body, who is the head of Governing body:

A. Chairman
B. Senior Member
C. Director
D. None of these
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6. Chairman and members of National Fund for Control of Drug Abuse are appointed by:

A. Provincial Government
B. District Government
C. Federal Government
D. None of these
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7. A search warrant shall be issued in accordance with the provisions of:

A. Criminal Procedure Code, 1898
B. Criminal Procedure Code, 1908
C. Criminal Procedure Code, 1888
D. All of these
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8. No suit, prosecution or other proceedings shall lie against the ____________ any for anything in good faith, done or intended to be done in pursuance of Control of Narcotic Substances Act, 1997:

A. Federal Government or Provincial Government
B. Officer of the Federal Government
C. Both
D. All of these
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9. Pakistan ratified the single Convention on Narcotics Drugs, 1961 on:

A. August 15, 1964
B. August 15, 1965
C. August 15, 1966
D. All of these
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10. When Government of Pakistan reorganized the PNB as Pakistan Narcotics Control Board (PNCB):

A. 4th March, 1973
B. 6th March, 1973
C. 8th March, 1973
D. All of these
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11. The Anti Narcotics Task Force (ANTF) was established in:

A. December 1990
B. December 1991
C. December 1992
D. All of these
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12. Who is the Chairman of Policy Review Board:

A. Minister of Narcotics Control
B. Secretary Narcotics Control Division
C. Senior Member of Narcotics Control
D. None of these
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13. ANF (Anti Narcotics Force) established in:

A. February 1989
B. February 1995
C. February 1997
D. None of these
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14. _________ established under Control of Narcotic Substances Act, 1997 Shall have the exclusive Jurisdiction to try an offence cognized under this Act:

A. Special Court
B. Supreme Court
C. High Court
D. None of these
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15. Heroin is also known as:

A. Diamorphine
B. Diacetylmorphine
C. Both a & b
D. None of these
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16. World no tobacco day is observed on:

A. 15th May
B. 16th May
C. 17th May
D. 31st May
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17. The largest opium producing country is:

A. Afghanistan
B. Iran
C. Mexico
D. None of these
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18. The largest opium producing province of Afghanistan is:

A. Helmand
B. Nangarthar
C. Paktia
D. None of these
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19. Cannabis “(hemp)” means:

A. Cannabis resin (charas)
B. Any mixture with or without neutral materials of cannabis or any drink prepared these form
C. The flowering or fruiting tops of the cannabis plant
D. All of these
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20. “Cannabis plant” means any plant of the genus ________:

A. Papaver somniferum
B. Cannabis
C. Erthyroxylon
D. All of these
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21. “coca bush” means the plant of any species of the genus:

A. Papaver somniferum
B. Cannabis
C. Erthyroxylon
D. All of these
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22. Opium means:

A. Poppy straw
B. The spontaneously coagulated juice of capsules of poppy
C. Mixture, with or without natural materials of Poppy straw but does not include any preperation
D. All of these
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23. What is the punishment for contravention of Section 10:

A. Imprisonment which may extend to twenty-five years but shall not be less than ten years and shall also be liable to fine which shall not be less than one million rupees
B. Imprisonment which may extend to twenty five years but shall not be less than eight years
C. Imprisonment which may extend to thirty five years but shall not be less than ten years
D. None of these
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24. Which section of Control of Narcotic Substances Act, 1997 of deals with prohibition of trafficking or financing the trafficking of narcotic drugs:

A. 7
B. 8
C. 9
D. All of these
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25. If any person has assets which are derived from narcotic offences, he shall be punishable 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. Without prejudice to the previsions of the Code, a child accused of a bail able offence shall, if already not released under section _______, be released by the juvenile court on bail, with or without surety:

A. 486 of code
B. 476 of code
C. 496 of code
D. All of these
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27. A child suffering from serious illness, whether physical or mental, should be sent to a hospital and given medical treatment at the expense of the State under sec:

A. 6
B. 7
C. 8
D. None of these
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28. Which section of Juvenile Justice System Ordinance deals with The Rights to Legal Assistance & Medical Treatment:

A. 3
B. 7
C. 8
D. None of these
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29. No person should be present at any sitting of a Juvenile Court except:

A. Members and officers of the Juvenile court
B. Parties to the case and persons directly concerned with the proceedings
C. Guardian of the child
D. All of these
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30. Which of the following sentences are not given to child prisoner:

A. rigorous punishment
B. Death punishment
C. Handcuffed
D. All of these
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31. A person who at the time of commission of an offence has not attained the age of eighteen years:

A. Child
B. Man
C. Mad
D. None of these
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32. Juvenile Justice System Ordinance, 2000 was introduced for the betterment of:

A. Children
B. Women
C. Old men
D. None of these
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33. Child offender is sent to a borstal institution until he attains the age of __________ or for the period of imprisonment whichever is earlier:

A. Eighteen years
B. ten years
C. Fifteen years
D. None of these
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34. Direct the child offender to be released on probation for good conduct and place such child under the case of guardian for the good behaviour and wellbeing of the child for any period not exceeding the period of:

A. Imprisonment awarded to such child
B. Forty five days
C. Thirty five days
D. None of these
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35. A child convicted on a trial by a Juvenile court, or any other person on his behalf, may, within _______ from the date of such order, prefer an appeal:

A. Thirty days
B. Forty days
C. Thirty five days
D. None of these
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36. The provisional Government or any person aggrieved by an order or acquittal passed by a Juvenile Court, may within _______ prefer an appeal, against such order:

A. Thirty days
B. Forty days
C. Thirty five days
D. None of these
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37. Parents or a person who has actual care of the child and includes such relative, who is willing to bear the responsibility of the child is:

A. Guardian
B. Friend
C. Lawyer
D. All of these
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38. The high court may either appoint as Presiding Officers of Juvenile Courts, practicing advocates with at least:

A. Five years standing at the bar
B. Seven years standing at the bar
C. Nine years standing at the bar
D. none of these
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39. Section 4 of Juvenile Justice System Ordinance, 2000 is related to:

A. Definitions
B. Legal Assistance
C. Determination of age
D. Juvenile courts
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40. On taking cognization of an offence, the Juvenile Court shall decide the case within:

A. Five months
B. Four months
C. Six months
D. Juvenile courts
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Probation and Parole Laws

41. The application with the final orders of the Assistant director will be returned to:

A. Assistant Director
B. Parole Officer
C. Superintendent of jail
D. All of these
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42. _______ registers shall be maintained in each Parole Officer and applications of the employers shall be entered in them after the final orders are passed by the Assistant Director:

A. One
B. Two
C. Three
D. None of these
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43. __________ is a report prepared to help the judge decide what sentence to give someone who has either pled guilty to a crime or been found guilty of a crime:

A. Pro Party report
B. Parole report
C. Probation report
D. None of these
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44. Released absconders on parole who escape from supervision to be punishable, with imprisonment of a term which may extend to:

A. Two years or with fine or both
B. Three years or with fine or both
C. Four years or with fine or both
D. All of these
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45. Who has authority to appoint parole officer:

A. Assistant Director, Reclamation and Probation
B. Director, Reclamation & Probation
C. Director General, reclamation & Probation
D. None of these
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46. Parole officer’s main duty is to assist the:

A. Assistant Director, Reclamation and Probation
B. Director, Reclamation & Probation
C. Director General, reclamation & Probation
D. None of these
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47. The Assistant Director, Reclamation & Probation, may, at any time, after consultation with the _________ release of well or otherwise prepare a list of the prisoners, who are well behaved persons:

A. Assistant Director
B. Parole Officer
C. Superintendent of jail
D. None of these
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48. No prisoner shall be released from prison unless the conditions of the license are personally explained to him by the __________ and are accepted by him:

A. Assistant Director
B. Parole Officer
C. Superintendent of jail
D. None of these
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49. Good conduct Prisoners Probational Release Act, 1926 was enforced on:

A. 17th August, 1926
B. 24th August, 1926
C. 27th August, 1926
D. None of these
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50. Who shall be generally responsible for the supervision, director and control of all prisoners released:

A. Assistant Director
B. Parole Officer
C. Superintendent of jail
D. None of these
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Medical Jurisprudence and Application Of Forensic Science
51. Bruising is more evident in:

A. Fair Skinned persons
B. Dark Skinned persons
C. Both
D. None of these
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52. It is a statement on oath made by a dying person to a Magistrate in the presence of the accused and his lawyer who has the opportunity of cross-examining him:

A. Dying deposition
B. Subpoena
C. Bruising
D. All of these
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53. Before the statement of dying deposition is made, the medical officer must certify that the victim is:

A. Compos mentis
B. Subpoena
C. Bruising
D. None of these
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54. A dying deposition carries more legal weight than a dying declaration because:

A. It is recorded by a Magistrate
B. It is recorded in the presence of the accused and his lawyer
C. Both
D. None of these
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55. Under section ________ Cr.P.C, dying deposition is accepted as evidence in a higher Court when it has been recorded and attested by a Magistrate in the presence of the accused:

A. 291
B. 321
C. 432
D. None of these
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56. The word “injury” denotes any harm whatever illegally caused to any person in:

A. Body
B. Mind
C. Reputation or property
D. All of these
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57. In private cases witness in first examined in court by:

A. The Magistrate
B. Police Surgeon
C. By counsel of opposite party
D. By his own counsel
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58. The witness is first examined by the side called him called:

A. Cross Examination
B. Examination in chief
C. Re-examination
D. None of these
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59. The term laparotomy is associated with:

A. Female Sterilization
B. Male Sterilization
C. Brain Surgery
D. Incision into abdomen
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60. Relating to witness a doctor is which type of witness:

A. Hostile witness
B. Skilled or expert witness
C. Common witness
D. None of these
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61. For medical man following principles should be made except:

A. He must attend the court punctually
B. Refresh his memory from his notes
C. Should avoid any indiscriminate talk in court
D. Can use technical terms and phrases
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62. __________ is a form of death, which is caused by suspension of the body by a ligature round the neck, the constricting force being the weight of the body:

A. Coma
B. Syncope
C. Asphyxia
D. Hanging
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63. The simplest form of documentary evidence is:

A. Medical certificate
B. Medico legal reports
C. Dying declaration
D. None of these
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64. Suppose the doctor is summoned on the same day in more than one court of the same status which court he should attain first:

A. The court near his clinic
B. From which he received the summon earlier
C. which case is more serious
D. None of these
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65. Suppose summon is issued from various Magistrates to a doctor on same date which is attained first:

A. Class three Magistrate
B. 1st Class Magistrate
C. 2nd Class Magistrate
D. Section 30 Magistrate
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66. In which of the following case, the examination of a person for:

A. Both partners in rape case
B. Adult accused brought by guardians
C. Adult accused brought by police
D. None of these
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67. According to medico legal dictum, at least:

A. Two identification marks of living and three of dead must be noted
B. Two identification marks of living and two of dead must be noted
C. Three identification marks of living and of dead must be noted
D. Two identification marks of both living and dead must be noted
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68. Forensic anthropology involves the retrieval and identification of human remain. A skeleton provides a lot of information about the deceased. Which of the following is not able to be deducted from a modern human skeleton:

A. Intelligence
B. State of health
C. Ethnic background
D. None of these
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69. Forensic odontology involves the study of:

A. Skull
B. Skeleton
C. teeth
D. None
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70. Autopsy is also known as:

A. Post-mortem examination
B. Ante Mortem
C. Study of human body
D. None of these
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71. In one year the federal Govt. may award a special remission for a period not exceeding:

A. 30 days
B. 60 days
C. 90 days
D. None of these
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72. Maximum period of solitary confinement in a term of sentence not exceeding one year is:

A. 15 days
B. 1 Months
C. Two Months
D. None of these
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73. Causes of the Coma are following except:

A. Barbiturate poisoning
B. Diabetes
C. Uremia
D. Anemia
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74. Sacrum is a bone found in the:

A. Pelvis
B. Arm
C. Leg
D. None of these
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75. The condition in which there is detective oxygenation of the tissues in the body due to blood deficient in oxygen or inability of the body to utilize it is called:

A. Syncope
B. Shock
C. Asphyxia
D. None of these
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Jail Manual And Prison Laws

76. The period spent by a prisoner in an outside hospital shall ______ towards his sentence:

A. Not count
B. Count
C. Days are added in new sentence
D. None of these
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77. Section 24 to 26 of the ________ contain certain directions about the admission, discharge and removal of prisoners from one prison to another and should be carefully followed:

A. Prison Act, 1894
B. Probation of Offender Ordinance, 1960
C. Prison Act, 1900
D. None of these
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78. A prisoner who is not a criminal prisoner is called:

A. Criminal Prisoner
B. Convicted Prisoner
C. Civil Prisoner
D. None of these
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79. A prisoner duly committed to custody under the writ, warrant or order of any Court of authority exercising original jurisdiction, or by order of a court martial:

A. Criminal Prisoner
B. Convicted Prisoner
C. Civil Prisoner
D. None of these
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80. Police escort consists on _________ if prisoner are ten to twelve:

A. One head constable and four constables
B. One head constable and three constables
C. One head constable and five constables
D. None of these
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81. Any place specially appointed by Government under Section 541 of Code of criminal Procedure, 1898 is called:

A. Prison
B. Court
C. Police Station
D. None of these
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82. In which country first jail of the world was constructed:

A. Uk
B. Iraq
C. Egypt
D. None of these
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83. Male prisoners expect _________ shall be handcuffed before removal from prison.

A. A class prisoners
B. Political detenues
C. Both a & b
D. None of these
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84. A warder shall accompany prisoners on transfer when their number exceeds _________. He shall be incharge of the government property, documents and private effects of the prisoners:

A. Twenty five
B. Twenty
C. Thirteen
D. None of these
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85. Prison labor stops work at ________ in winter:

A. 3 PM
B. 4 PM
C. 5 PM
D. None of these
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86. Under what rule remission to prisons who donate blood:

A. 200
B. 201
C. 212
D. None of these
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87. ________ means any prisoner duly committed to custody under the writ, warrant or order of any Court of authority exercising original jurisdiction, or by order of a Court Martial:

A. Civil Prisoner
B. Criminal Prisoner
C. Convicted criminal prisoner
D. None of these
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88. ________ means the rules for the time being in force regulating the award of remission to and the consequent shortening of sentences of prisoners in prisons:

A. History ticket
B. Remission system
C. None of these
D. All of these
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89. _____ means any prison provided for confinement of a particular class or classes of prisoners, e.g for women and children prisoners:

A. Special Prison
B. Central prison
C. District Prison
D. None of these
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90. Civil prisoners shall not be punished with:

A. Imposition of handcuffs
B. Fetters
C. Whipping
D. All of these
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91. Civil prisoners may be allowed to sleep outside their ward or barrack in the open enclosure during:

A. Summer nights
B. Winter nights
C. Spring Nights
D. All of these
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92. Which of the following term used in Quran for prison:

A. As-siggen
B. Aseera
C. Both a & b
D. All of these
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93. __________ shall daily inspect the cooked food and frequently while it is being issued to prisoners:

A. The Superintendent
B. The inspector General
C. Both
D. None of these
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94. Prisoners shall not be allowed to wear:

A. Political symbols
B. Religious symbols
C. Countries symbols
D. All of these
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95. Habitual prisoners sentence to _______ shall not be permitted to wear their own clothing:

A. Rigorous imprisonment
B. Simple Imprisonment
C. Both a & b
D. None of these
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96. No prisoner shall be allowed to have an interview or to write letter except with the permission of the ________ which shall be recorded in writing:

A. Superintendent
B. Government
C. Inspector General
D. All of these
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97. The time allowed for an interview shall not ordinarily exceed _______, but may be extended by the superintendent at his discretion:

A. 25 min
B. 30 min
C. 45 min
D. None of these
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98. When any person committed for safe custody under the provisions of Regulation III of 1818, is received into any prison, an immediate report shall be made to the:

A. Inspector General
B. Superintendent of Prison
C. Both a & b
D. None of these
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99. No state prisoner shall be transferred from one prison to another, except under special orders of:

A. Superintendent of Prison
B. Inspector General
C. Government
D. None of these
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100. According to rule _________ remission shall be calculated from the first day of the calendar month next following the date of the prisoner’s sentence:

A. 231
B. 206
C. 219
D. None of these
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qazi mubasher ali
qazi mubasher ali

good work i like it

qazi mubasher ali
qazi mubasher ali

very good work

Muhammad Khurram
Muhammad Khurram

Salute . Super Work – thanks from Muhammad Khurram, MuneebBookHouse, 1-Turner Road, Lahore – 54000

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