93. An elected member of the municipal board can be removed by-
(A) a resolution passed by municipal board by simple majority
(B) a resolution passed by municipal board by 2/3rd majority
(C) an order passed by the State Government
(D) an order passed by the President of the Municipal Board.
Answer and NotesAnswer is C
39. The term of the Municipality is :
(a) 5 years from the date oath is taken
(b) 5 years from the date appointed for the first meeting
(c) 5 years from the date of declaration of the election result
(d) 5 years from the date of publication of the result in the official gazette
Answer and NotesAnswer is B
Explanation: Section 10A of U.P. Municipality Act provides the term of Municipality, It provides that every municipality shall, unless sooner dissolved under section 39, continue for five years from the date appointed for its first meeting.
45. A member of Municipality if absents himself at the meeting of Municiaplity for more than three consecutive months or three consecutive meetings, which ever is longer, without obtaining sanction from the Municipality, can be removed under Section 40 by the :
(a) Resolution passed by 2/3rd members of Municipality
(b) Prescribed Authority
(c) District Magistrate
(d) State Government
Answer and NotesAnswer is D
Sandeep : According to section 40 (l)(a) of UP. Municipalities Act, 1916 the State Government may remove a member of the Municipality on the ground that he has absented himself from the meetings of the Municipality for more than three consecutive months or three consecutive meetings whichever is the longer period, without obtaining sanction from the Municipality.