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B.pressuregroup

I love the answer b it's just explains everything perctly

Pressure group can be defined as a social interest group formed with the main aims of pursuing its interest and influencing government policies to the benefits of its members but not attempting to control government machineries directly by contesting elections.

Pressure group is defined as organised groups, which influence government decision socially or economically, without necessarily entering into activities for the control of government

B.Pressure groups

B Pressure group is sadle with the responsibilities of influencing government policy...while civil service execute and implement government policy...public opinion is the aggregate visious of people that delebrate on pubilic matter usually be elite..

Because they influence government policies for the benefit of their members while political party aims at acquiring governmental power.

Civil service are services rendered by the public for the benefit of the masses while public corporations are organization established by the government for the benefit of the public