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state of Mysore was also not far behind in this matter: it allowed the operations of number of Muslim associations [Singh 1995], gave separate representations in municipalities, local boards, provided reservations in educational institutions, etc. This historical political expediency is retained even during the post colonial period This is one of the reasons why Karnataka Muslims never felt alienated from the political structures, unlike in the northern parts of India including at the central level.

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