State two reasons why historians refute the claim that the British introduced the rule of law in India CBSE class 8 civics
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State two reasons why historians refute the claim that the British introduced the rule of law in India. - CBSE class 8 civics

State two reasons why historians refute the claim that the British introduced the rule of law in India.


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The two reasons why historians refute the claim that the British introduced the Rule of Law in India are

  • Colonial law was arbitrary, e.g. Sedition Act of 1870
  • Indian nationalists played a prominent role in the development of the legal sphere in British India.

 


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