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Customs Union for Indian Sub-Continent

South Pacific and western America. But then the British experience may perhaps have been different and the authors' indication that few untouchables migrated to the United Kingdom (p 27) suggests that in one important respect the later period of the United Kingdom movement did mean important differences. In New Zealand the Chamars are the second-largest group of Punjabi migrants after the Jats and the situation has probably been the same in Australia and Fiji. Feelings of antagonism are still very much alive, in New Zealand and Fiji at least, and it such feelings are absent in the United Kingdom their absence provides one more justification for treating the Sikhs as the primary unit.

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