Consider the following statements with respect to "anti-defection law":
1. The 10th Schedule says that if there is a merger between two political parties and one-third of the members of a legislature party agree to the merger, they will not be disqualified.
2. If a legislator votes in the House against the direction of his party and his action is not condoned by his party, he can be disqualified.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?