The Citizenship bill 2019 is liked by neither the Pakistan nor the Pak
Right Answer is: B
Basic rules to be followed for Active/Passive conversions are:
1. The object of the active verb becomes the subject of the passive verb.
2. The finite form of the verb is changed (to be+ past participle).
3. The subject of the active sentence becomes the object of the passive sentence (or is dropped).
4. Preposition ‘by’ is used before object.
The given sentence is in passive voice. It is simple form of present tense. The structures for active/passive voices are:
Active: Subject + verb (“s“ or “es” with singular noun) + object…
Passive: Object + Is/are/am + verb (IIIrd form) + by + subject…
When two subject are joined by neither – nor the verb agrees with the second subject. Here after nor it’s plural noun hence verb will be in the plural. Option B is the correct answer.