The familiarity with political institutions of colonial rule was helpful in designing the constitution. Validate the statement
Familiarity with political institutions of colonial rule was helpful in designing the constitution
The experience of having worked with the political institutions of colonial rule helped develop an agreement over the institutional design.
The British rule had given voting rights to selected few and that created very weak legislatures.
Elections were held in 1937 to Provincial Legislatures and Ministries all over British India.
Thus the experience gained by Indians in the working of the legislative institutions proved to be very useful for the country in setting up its own institutions and working in them.
That is why the Indian constitution draws many institutional details and procedures from colonial laws like the Government of India Act 1935.