2 Read the source below carefully to answer question (a). The Government of India Act of 1935 was opposed on all sides in India. However, it was an important step towards independence, as it provided the basis for the negotiations which finally resulted in the British leaving India. Parliamentary systems had been set up, in which the Indian people gained increased representation. The 1937 elections, which both the Congress and Muslim League wanted to contest, followed quickly at provincial level. (a) What were the outcomes of the provincial elections of 1937?  (b) Why did the British reverse the partition of Bengal in 1911?  (c) How successful were political developments in finding a solution to the problems in the sub-continent between 1909 and 1919? Explain your answer.