The Simon Commission:
1. Did not have any non-white members
2. Recommended abolition of Dyarchy
3. Recommended introduction of complete provincial autonomy
4. Proposed drastic changes in central structure
Select the correct statement / statements using the codes given below.

Answer: [C] 1, 2 & 3

In the Government of India Act 1919, it was laid down that after a period of about 10 years, a commission would arrive in India to find out how far the reforms introduced by the act of 1919 were successful and what new reforms it needed. The Simon commission had no non-white members and this was the major reason that it was opposed. It made all the recommendations mentioned in statement 2 and 3 of the question. The fourth statement is NOT correct. Simon Commission did not propose any change in Central structure, kindly remember this.

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