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Not only the bank accounts of a tiny segment of people who neither

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Not only the bank accounts of a tiny segment of people who neither have PAN nor receive benefits from the government will not be linked to Aadhaar, but also will rely on other documentary proof that meet know-your-customer (KYC) norms.

A) Not only the bank accounts of a tiny segment of people who neither have PAN nor receive benefits from the government will not be linked to Aadhaar, but also will rely on other documentary proof that meet know-your-customer (KYC) norms.

B) Only the bank accounts of a tiny segment of people who neither have PAN nor receive benefits from the government will not be linked to Aadhaar, but will rely on other documentary proof that meet know-your-customer (KYC) norms.

C) Not only the bank accounts of a tiny segment of people who neither have PAN and do not receive benefits from the government will not be linked to Aadhaar, nor will rely on other documentary proof that meet know-your-customer (KYC) norms.

D) Only the bank accounts of a tiny segment of people who not only have PAN nor receive benefits from the government will not be linked to Aadhaar, but also will rely on other documentary proof that meet know-your-customer (KYC) norms.

E) Not only the bank accounts of a tiny segment of people who neither have PAN but also not receive benefits from the government will not be linked to Aadhaar, but will rely on other documentary proof that meet know-your-customer (KYC) norms.

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A) Not only the bank accounts of a tiny segment of people who neither have PAN nor receive benefits from the government will not be linked to Aadhaar, but also will rely on other documentary proof that meet know-your-customer (KYC) norms. -- will not be linked to Aadhaar usage after starting from Not only does not sound good --OUT

B) Only the bank accounts of a tiny segment of people who neither have PAN nor receive benefits from the government will not be linked to Aadhaar, but will rely on other documentary proof that meet know-your-customer (KYC) norms.---
HOLD-- correct neither -nor pair and correct intended meaning

C) Not only the bank accounts of a tiny segment of people who neither have PAN and do not receive benefits from the government will not be linked to Aadhaar, nor will rely on other documentary proof that meet know-your-customer (KYC) norms --- NOt only.. but also pair is not listed completely--OUT

D) Only the bank accounts of a tiny segment of people who not only have PAN nor receive benefits from the government will not be linked to Aadhaar, but also will rely on other documentary proof that meet know-your-customer (KYC) norms.--- nOt only .. nor absurd pairing Not only have .. but also have not but also will--OUT

E) Not only the bank accounts of a tiny segment of people who neither have PAN but also not receive benefits from the government will not be linked to Aadhaar, but will rely on other documentary proof that meet know-your-customer (KYC) norms. --- Not only .. but also pairing is not appropriate , also does not fulfil correct intended meaning--OUT


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Not only the bank accounts of a tiny segment of people who neither have PAN nor receive benefits from the government will not be linked to Aadhaar, but also will rely on other documentary proof that meet know-your-customer (KYC) norms.

A) Not only the bank accounts of a tiny segment of people who neither have PAN nor receive benefits from the government will not be linked to Aadhaar, but also will rely on other documentary proof that meet know-your-customer (KYC) norms. --> "not only ... but also ... " not parallel

B) Only the bank accounts of a tiny segment of people who neither have PAN nor receive benefits from the government will not be linked to Aadhaar, but will rely on other documentary proof that meet know-your-customer (KYC) norms. --> correct

C) Not only the bank accounts of a tiny segment of people who neither have PAN and do not receive benefits from the government will not be linked to Aadhaar, nor will rely on other documentary proof that meet know-your-customer (KYC) norms. --> "but also" missing

D) Only the bank accounts of a tiny segment of people who not only have PAN nor receive benefits from the government will not be linked to Aadhaar, but also will rely on other documentary proof that meet know-your-customer (KYC) norms. --> "neither" missing

E) Not only the bank accounts of a tiny segment of people who neither have PAN but also not receive benefits from the government will not be linked to Aadhaar, but will rely on other documentary proof that meet know-your-customer (KYC) norms. --> "not only ... but also ... " not parallel
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