In a village of Bastar district in Madhya Pradesh, only two types of people live who belong to a tribal class. The first type is known as class A, while the other is known as class B. In that village, there is no other type of person except these two. The activities of both types of people are governed be prefectly patterned norms of social behaviour. Each person of the tribe has to obey the norms. They are rigid about this.
As far as marriage is concerned, the following norms are to be followed
(A). The people of class A cannot marry any other member of their own class, though they can marry members of class B.
(B). After being married, each male member ceases to be a member of that class in which he was born but automatically, he becomes the member of the other class to which his wife belongs.
(C). As far as females are concerned, they remain the members of their own class after being married.
(D). On his birth, the child automatically becomes the member of his mother's class.
(E). When any male member becomes widower or divorcee, then he again belongs to the group in which he was born.
(F). Nobody can marry more than one person according to social laws.
One boy, who was born in class B (boy and his wife both can have married and unmarried brothers),
The boy born in class B will marry a girl of class A. So, the daughter will belong to class A. Thus, (a) is false.
Since the boy's daughter will belong to class A, she would marry a boy of class B and so the son-in-law would be feom class B. So, (b) is false.
The boy, born in class B, will have mother born in class B and father born in class A. So, his uncle (i.e., mother's brother or father's brother) can be from class A or B.
So, (c) is true.