|Territorial extent||United Kingdom British India|
|Royal assent||2 August 1935|
|Commencement||1 April 1937|
|Repealed||26 January 1950 (India) 23 March 1956 (Pakistan and Bangladesh) 19 November 1998 (United Kingdom)|
What is the importance of Government of India Act 1935?
Government of India Act, 1935 was a major step towards the Independence of India and helped in the reorganization of the states. Britishers have introduced this Act because through this Act they can win the support of modern nationalist and they could rule over the dominion of India.
When did Government of India Act 1935 retained as the constitution of Pakistan?
That Constitution was promulgated on 23rd March 1956, which provided for a parliamentary form of Government with a unicameral legislature. However, from 14th August 1947 to 1st March 1956 the Government of India Act, 1935, was retained as the Constitution of Pakistan.
What are the provisions of Government of India Act 1935?
Features of the Act
- It provided for the establishment of an All-India Federation consisting of provinces and princely states as units. …
- It abolished dyarchy in the provinces and introduced ‘provincial autonomy’ in its place. …
- It provided for the adoption of dyarchy at the Centre.
Which is the biggest act in India?
The main contract law in India is codified in the Indian Contract Act, which came into effect on 1 September 1872 and extends to all India. It governs entrance into contract, and effects of breach of contract.
Who is father of dyarchy?
Dyarchy was introduced as a constitutional reform by Edwin Samuel Montagu (secretary of state for India, 1917–22) and Lord Chelmsford (viceroy of India, 1916–21). The principle of dyarchy was a division of the executive branch of each provincial government into authoritarian and popularly responsible sections.
Which one of the following is not a feature of Government of India Act 1935?
a In the Act of 1935 provincial autonomy replaced diarchy. The GIA 1919 provided for diarchy at the Centre as well as in the provinces.