Punjab Legislative Assembly (British India)
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The Punjab Legislative Assembly was the legislature of the province of Punjab in British India. Established by British authorities in 1910, the assembly had nominal powers and a membership of mainly pro-British politicians and government officials. Voting was largely boycotted until the Government of India Act 1935 increased representation and the powers of the assembly.
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