Directions: In the following questions, some part of the sentence is underlined. Which of the options given below the sentence should replace the part underlined to make the sentence grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is given then choose option E ‘No Correction required’ as the answer.
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D
Corrects the error of dangling modifier. Because, a participle is a verbal-adjective, and it must be attached to a proper subject. In the sentence, being a convict of fodder scam, is modifying ‘the resignation from the post’. ‘D’ corrects this error.

Hence, the option D is correct.

 
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A
Corrects the error of idiomatic use. ‘Find fault with’ is an idiom meaning ‘to look for mistakes or to complain about something’.

Hence, the optiion A is correct.

 
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B
Corrects the subject verb agreement. The subject of the verb ‘are’ is an affidavit form and three sheets (plural) not ‘the application’.

Hence, the option B is correct.

 
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Her supporters rallied for her defence when the government brought the bill seeking to bar any person of foreign origin from holding the high offices.
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D
When people rally to something or when something rallies them, they unite to support it.

Ex. His supporters have rallied to his defence.
Ex. He rallied his own supporters for a fight.

The preposition 'in/at' is followed by the verb 'rally' only in a context of a place.

Ex. Ian Smith, a 24-year-old who works with adolescents in drug and mental health rehab, showed up at the same Trump rally in suburban Southern California.

Ex. Fistfights broke out among protesters who were rallying at the JNU, prompting the management to cancel the event.

Hence, the option D is correct.