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B P Adarkar and Keynes-The Ganges and the Cam

support their exploitative and tyrannical ways". The report stressed the need for a "sharper development thrust for the poor" and "change in the role of the police'' in the tackling of land and wage disputes. It called for an immediate check on the increasing numbers of false cases against the landless. However, such relatively benevolent attitudes have now lost their appeal for the political establishment at the centre On the contrary, union home minister Buta Singh himself announced in parliament after a visit to Jehanabad in Bihar, where yet another gruesome massacre of Harijans had taken place, plans of the centre to'assemble yet another peace-keeping force

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