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British jail administration during the first three decades of 20th Century was unbritish in their character while treating the detenues in colonial jails. It was the revolutionary undertrails and Non- co-operative Movement who compelled them to constitute Jail Enquiry Committee to curb their imperialistic approach towards political prisoners.
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