What is 'zero hour' ?

A) when the proposals of the opposition are considered

  B) when matters of utmost importance are raised

C) interval between the morning and afternoon sessions

  D) when a Money Bill is introduced in the Lok Sabha

Correct Answer:
  B) when matters of utmost importance are raised

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