Answer: In order to be chosen as a member of the Lok Sabha a person,
- should be a citizen of India;
- should not be less than 25 years of age; and
- should possess such other qualifications as may be prescribed under any law made by Parliament.
- A person shall not be qualified to be elected for a seat in the Lok Sabha unless-he is registered as a voter in any of the Parliamentary constituencies;
- should be mentally sound.
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