In the picture shown magnetic field exists into the plane (denotes by the X) and the loop (iii) is moving out of the region of the magnetic field.
According to Lenz's law, the induced current will counter the change in magnetic flux that produced it, and hence the induced current should be clockwise to counter the change in magnetic flux. That is what I'm getting when I apply the right hand thumb rule to obtain the direction of the induced current.
Similarly Fleming's right hand rule (which I believe gives the direction of the induced current) should also give the answer to be clockwise. But when I apply the rule, my finger points to the bottom right corner of the screen. So according to the path which is available to the charges (governed by the shape of the loop) I find that the current in the lower part i.e. adc of the loop, the current works out to be anticlockwise. But according to the path available to the current, it works out to be clockwise for the upper part of the loop i.e. abc.
Why is there are contradiction? Am I using the rule incorrectly?