State of Prison’s affair corruption in colonial India during Non- operation movement

H. S Sandhu

Abstract


          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.


Keywords


Exploitation, Detenu, Treatment, Compelled, Strugglers, Barrack

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