Question In the context of Indian history, the principle of 'Dyarchy (diarchy)' refers to(a) Division of the central legislature into two houses.
(b) Introduction of double government i.e., Central and State governments.
(c) Having two sets of rulers; one in London and another in Delhi.
(d) Division of the subjects delegated to the provinces into two categories.
Answer: Introduction of double government i.e., Central and State governments.Explanation: Dyarchy in India was introduced as a constitutional reform by Edwin Samuel Montagu (secretary of state for India, 1917–22) and Lord Chelmsford (viceroy of India, 1916–21).
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