Q. What is the maximum time limit to conduct elections after dissolution of Lok Sabha?

[A] Six months

[B] One year

[C] Eighteen months

[D] Two years

Answer: A

Explanation: When the five-year limit is up, or the legislature has been dissolved and new elections have been called, the Election Commission puts into effect the machinery for holding an election.

The Constitution states that there can be no longer than six months between the last session of the dissolved Lok Sabha and the recalling of the new House, so elections have to be concluded before then.

Source: Laxmikanth Polity