Civics

In which year were the last elections held in British India?


ANSWER

1945


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General elections were held in British India in December 1945 to elect members of the Central Legislative Assembly, an equivalent of present-day Lok Sabha, and the Council of State, an equivalent of present-day Rajya Sabha. These were the last general elections in British India; consequent elections were held in 1951 in India and 1970 in Pakistan.
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