Civics

The Prime Minister, at the time of the appointment:
$$1$$. need not necessarily be a member of one of the Houses of Parliament but must become a member of one of the Houses within six months.
$$2$$. need not necessarily be a member of one of the Houses of Parliament but must become a member of the Lok Sabha within six months.
$$3$$. must be either a nominated or elected member of one of the Houses of Parliament.
$$4$$. must be an elected member of only Lok Sabha.


ANSWER

$$1$$ only


SOLUTION
The person who is not a member of either house of Parliament can be appointed as Prime Minister. But within six months he should become the member of either house of Parliament otherwise he ceases to be the Prime Minister. This was held in Supreme Court in 1997.
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