THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
(EXCLUDED AND PARTIALLY EXCLUDED AREAS) ORDER 1936
At the Court At Buckingham Palace
The 3rd Day of March, 1936
THE KING’S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY COUNCIL
Whereas by sub-section(1) of section ninety-one of the Government of India Act, 1936 (herein after in this order referred to as ‘the Act’. His Majesty in council is empowered to declare what areas are to be excluded areas and partially excluded areas within the meaning of the Act.
And whereas a draft of this Order had been laid before Parliament in accordance with the provisions of sub-section (1) of section Three Hundred and Nine of the Act and an address has been presented to His Majesty by both houses of the Parliament praying that an Order may be made in terms of this Order.
NOW THEREFORE, His Majesty, in exercise of the power conferred on him as aforesaid and of all other powers enabling him in that behalf, is pleased by and with the advice of his Privy Council to order and it is hereby ordered as follows:
1. This order may be cited as “The Government of India (Excluded and Partially Excluded Areas) Order, 1936”
2. The areas specified in Part I of the schedule of this order shall be the excluded areas, and the areas specified in Part II of the schedule of the partially excluded areas within the meaning of the Act.
3. Any reference in the said schedule to any District, administrative area or estate shall be construed as a reference to that District, area or estate as existing on the first day of January, Nineteen Hundred and Thirty Six.
PART I – EXCLUDED AREAS
(Source: B Shiva Rao, “The Framing of India’s Constitution”)