New Constitution for India
History was being made for India very fast. In 1935 the British gave India a new constitution. This legislation was based on a recommendation submitted before the British Parliament on the basis of the discussions and decisions of the Round Table Conferences.
A sub-committee of the House of Commons and the House of Lords was constituted to examine the recommendations. It is on the report of this sub-committee that the bill was drafted for the consideration of the Parliament and this bill became the new constitution for India 1935). This document was meant more to protect the British interests than to see to the good interests of India.
According to the new constitution, India would be a federation of the Princely States and the British Provinces. But neither the princely states of the British provinces stood by the provisions in the constitution. So the government decided to implement the provisions.