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Benazir Five Months On

which, as Rao said, was intended to facilitate "equality of opportunity and eradication of poverty". Rao further said that it was not correct to say that Nehru undermined agriculture, as the rate of growth of agriculture was higher during his period as prime minister Nehru had implicit faith in science and technology, and believed firmly that they could be employed successfully to remove poverty, unemployment and other social problems the country was facing, Rao concluded by saying that notwithstanding disagreement with Gandhiji on many important issues, Nehru was a great believer in Gandhian method in the conduct of conflict.

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