Polity lecture 4 by Sachin Raj Singh Chauhan (visit@ study4job.com/9990919804)

Lecture on GOI Act 1919,  GOI Act 1935, Indian Independence Act 1947

IMP Facts:

Provincial elections were held in British India in the winter of 1936-37 as mandated by the Government of India Act 1935. Elections were held in eleven provinces – Madras, Central Provinces, Bihar, Orissa, United Provinces, Bombay Presidency, Assam, NWFP, Bengal, Punjab and Sindh.

The final results of the elections were declared in February 1937. The Indian National Congress emerged in power in eight of the provinces – the three exceptions being Bengal, Punjab, and Sindh. The All-India Muslim League failed to form the government in any province.

The Congress ministries resigned in October and November 1939, in protest against Viceroy Lord Linlithgow’s action of declaring India to be a belligerent in the Second World War without consulting the Indian people.

The Constitution of India was drafted by the Constituent Assembly, and it was implemented under the Cabinet Mission Plan on 16 May 1946. The members of the Constituent Assembly were elected by the provincial assemblies by a single, transferable-vote system of proportional representation. The total membership of the Constituent Assembly was 389: 292 were representatives of the states, 93 represented the princely states and four were from the chief commissioner provinces of Delhi, Ajmer-Mewar, Coorg and British Baluchistan.

The elections for the 296 seats assigned to the British Indian provinces were completed by August 1946. Congress won 208 seats, and the Muslim League 73. After this election, the Muslim League refused to cooperate with the Congress, and the political situation deteriorated. Hindu-Muslim riots began, and the Muslim League demanded a separate constituent assembly for Muslims in India. On 3 June 1947 Lord Mountbatten, the last British Governor-General of India, announced his intention to scrap the Cabinet Mission Plan; this culminated in the Indian Independence Act 1947 and the separate nations of India and Pakistan. The Indian Independence Act was passed on 18 July 1947 and, although it was earlier declared that India would become independent in June 1948, this event led to independence on 15 August 1947.

Type
Type
Unicameral
History
Founded 9 December 1946
Disbanded 24 January 1950
Preceded by Imperial Legislative Council
Succeeded by Parliament of India
Legal Advisor
B. Narsing Rau
Structure
Seats 389 (Dec. 1946-June 1947)
299 (June 1947-Jan. 1950)
  INC: 208 seats
  AIML: 73 seats
  Others: 15 seats
  Princely States: 93 seats

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I am happy to inform you that I have started Indian Polity Session from start to end lecture wise. It may have number of lectures.

Here I will cover the following chapters which cover the entire syllabus of IAS/PCS/SSC:

Historical Background of India, Making of the Constitution, Preamble of the Constitution, Salient Features of the Constitution, Fundamental Duties, Fundamental Rights, The Union and its territory, Union Executive, Parliament, Judiciary in India, Prime Ministers, Presidents, Important Amendments and Articles of the Constitution, Directive Principles of the State Policy, Citizenship, Commissions

 

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