Twelve persons are sitting in two parallel rows with equidistance from each other and facing the person from one row to another row. In row-1, J, K, L, M, N and P are sitting and facing south. In row-2, U, V, W, X, Y and Z are sitting and all of them are facing north but not necessary in the same order.
Y sits second to the right of W. J faces the person who sits third to the right of V. Either V or J sits at one of the extreme ends of the rows. Z is not an immediate neighbour of V. Only one person sitting between P and the one who faces W. As many persons sitting to the left of M is same as sitting to the left of X, who does not sit at any corners of the row. K is not an immediate neighbour of J. Z faces the person who sits immediate right of N, who is not an immediate neighbour of J.
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