As per Government of India act 1935, which of the following is not a feature of provincial executive?
Governor was vested with provincial executive authority
Governor could be removed by vote of no confidence of provincial legislature
Provincial Dyarchy was abolished
There was to be council of ministers to advise Governor
The correct option is A Governor could be removed by vote of no confidence of provincial legislature
Though GoI act 1935 provided for partially representative government but Governor could not be removed by elected institution of provincial legislature. British wanted to enable the British Government to intervene whenever it saw the need in order to maintain British responsibilities and interests. To achieve this, in the face of a gradually increasing Indianisation of the institutions of the Government of India, the Act concentrated the decision for the use and the actual administration of the safeguards in the hands of the British-appointed Viceroy and provincial governors who were subject to the control of the Secretary of State for India. Likewise Governor along with Viceroy could only be removed by British. Rest all the statements are correct