Civics

The members of the Constituent Assembly were _______________.


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elected by Provincial Assemblies


SOLUTION
The total strength of the Constituent Assembly was 389 (296 to British India and 96 to the Princely States). The representatives of each community (Muslims, Sikhs and General) were to be elected by the members of that community in Provincial Legislative Assembly by the method of proportional representation by means of a single transferable vote.
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