Civics

The state/Union Territory in which the chief Minister has won three consecutive terms is _____________.


ANSWER

Delhi


SOLUTION
Sheila Dikshit of Indian National Congress served three consecutive terms from 3 December 1998 - 1 December 2003,1 December 2003 - 29 October 2008 and 29 October 2008 - 28 December 2013 when she stood as a representative in the Delhi Assembly elections. Hence, Option A is correct. The rest of the states could not fulfilll these criteria, hence, incorrect. 
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