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Correct Option is Neither a nor b

Indian Independence Act, 1947, Statement a: It abolished the office of the viceroy and provided, for each dominion, a governor-general, who was to be appointed by the British King on the advice of the Dominion cabinet. His Majesty‘s Government in Britain was to have no responsibility with respect to the Government of India or Pakistan. Statement b: It empowered the Constituent Assemblies of the two dominions to frame and adopt any constitution for their respective nations and to repeal any act of the British Parliament, including the Independence act itself.

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