Which of the following commissions in the British era had made recommendations for a change in the pattern of dyarchy introduced under Government of I

Answer : A


The Indian Statutory Commission, commonly referred to as the Simon Commission after its chairman Sir John Allsebrook Simon, was sent to India in 1928 (February - March and October 1928 - April 1929) to study potential constitutional reform. The outcome of the Simon Commission was the Government of India Act 1935, which called for responsible government at the provincial level in India but not at the national level—that is a government responsible to the Indian community rather than London. It is the basis of many parts of the Indian Constitution.