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When was the Indian Council Act passed that enabled Indians to enact laws?
  1. 1861

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The correct option is A 1861
The Indian Council Act of 1861 made it possible for Indians to take part in the legislature. This Act changed the existing executive council to run as a cabinet with six members heading separate departments. The Act was also passed as it was pointed out that the failure of Indians in the legislative was one reason behind the revolt.

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