8. Consider the following statements – The objective of the Montague-Chelmsford Reforms of 1919 was: 1. To give power to the local government 2. To establish diarchy in the provinces 3. The extension of provincial government Which of these statements are correct?
9. Consider the following with reference to the provisions of ‘Government of India Act, 1935’: 1. Establishment of an all-Indian Federation 2. Provincial autonomy, with a Government responsible to an elected legislature 3. Redistribution of provinces and the creation of two new provinces Which of these were embodied in the Government India Act, 1935?
10. Consider the following statements with reference to the provisions of Morley-Minto Reform Act in the Colonial India: 1. The Morley- Minto Reform Act raised the number of additional number of the Central Legislature 2. It introduced the principle of communal representation in the Legislature 3. It empowered the Legislation to discuss the budget and to move resolutions on it Which of these statements are correct?
24. Match List-1with List – II and select the correct answer from the codes given below the lists – List – I List – II (Forms of Government) (Principles) A. Presidential system 1. Seperation of powers B. Parliamentary system 2.Close relationship between executive and legislature C. Federal System 3. Concentration D. Unitary System 4. Division of power Code: A B C D