Government of India Act 1935
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- Gave Indian provinces more independence
- It allowed the establishment of an All India Federation.
- For the first time direct elections were introduced. The right to vote was increased from seven million to thirty-five million.
- Sind was separated from Bombay, Orissa was separated from Bihar, and Burma was separated from India.
- The System of Diarchy was dropped at the provincial level but introduced in the central government level
- Two Houses of Parliament at central government level were introduced with Council of State being the Upper House and Assembly being the Lower House.