What were the changes implemented in the Indian Legislative Council of India after the Government of India Act, 1919?

After the Government of India Act, 1919, The Indian Legislative Council was split into a bicameral legislature consisting of a Council of State (Upper House) and a Legislative Assembly (Lower House). The Council of Sate could consist of not more than 60 members, and out of these, not more than 20 could be officials. The strength of the Legislative Assembly was fixed at 140, of which 100 were elected, 26 officials were nominated, and the rest were nominated non officials. The act gave overriding powers to the Governor General. With the freedom of speech, the members had the right to put questions to, and expose the government’s activities.