i. Ten chairs numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 are situated adjacent to one another in two different rows. Both rows contain five chairs each facing each other.
ii. Ten Indian cricketers are sitting on these chairs. They are Shikar, Rohit, Virat, Yuvraj, Suresh, Mahendra, Ravichandran, Hardik, Jasprit and Ashish, not necessarily in the same order.
iii. Odd numbered cannot be opposite or adjacent to odd numbered chairs. The same applies to even numbered chairs as well.
iv. Chair 8 is occupied by Rohit and his chair is to the extreme left of one row.
v. Hardik sits on chair 5.
vi. Chairs 4 and 6 are not in the same row as chair 8 and chair 2 is not in the middle of its row.
vii. Virat sits on an odd numbered chair in the same row as Rohit but they do not sit adjacent to each other.
viii. Suresh and Mahendra’s chairs are adjacent to chair 6 but Mahendra’s chair is not adjacent to chair 4.
ix. Shikar’s and Ashish’s chairs are in the same row.
x. Yuvraj's chair is even numbered and is diagonally opposite to chair 1, such that Yuvraj is at the farthest possible distance from chair 1.
xi. Chair 6 is second from the left.
xii. No two consecutive chairs are consecutively numbered and Ravichandran’s chair is neither opposite to nor adjacent to Suresh’s chair.
Q. What is the sum of the chair numbers of Hardik’s row?