My answer is B. As it can also be inferred that as the govt. is so inefficient, then most of the workers are Civil Services Employees. Is this fine?
C - Civil Services
G - the government
E - employees that tend to loaf.
passage: [C] has [E]. [C] belong to [G]. Therefore, [G] has [E].
But [G] can contain many other departments like [C]. And we cannot conclude that [G] consist of only [C].
passage: Tom's cat and my cat are black. Tom and I live in the same city. All cats in the city is black.
This is generalization. You cannot inferred that all cats in the city are Tom's and mine.
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