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Dyarchy in Punjab

Virinder Singh (Author)
Synopsis Dr. Virinder Singh’s erudite analysis of the working of diarchy in the Punjab in the 20s and 30s reveals the truth of the matter. The British Government’s ostensible move towards responsible self-government by Indians was in tact, Singh demonstrates, a ploy to divide Hindu, Muslim and Sikh along communal lines, thereby perpetuating its hold over its colony. The writer’s extensive biographical material on both the Indian and British Personages involved in the period of diarchy helps to give his work a truly credible living quality.
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About the author

Virinder Singh

Dr. Virinder Singh (b. 1946) was awarded a doctorate by the Punjabi University Patiala, in 1989. Dr. Virinder Singh can legitimately claim a thorough knowledge of the area of his specialization. His entire education and his current assignment as senior lecturer in the Nehru Memorial Post-Graduate College in Mansa, Punjab have permitted him to form a deep insight into the political history of the Punjab.

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Bibliographic information

Title Dyarchy in Punjab
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1991
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8185135568
length xii+197p., Tables; References; Appendices; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.