Civics

Anti-social activity is __________.


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All the above


SOLUTION
Anti-social activity is the activity that causes harassment, alarm or distress to one or more persons. These activities violate laws and cause disorder in the society a level, such as physical, financial, etc. Smuggling, hoarding, and adulteration can all be classified as anti-social activities. 
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