Civil Disobedience in Indian Tradition (The Collected by Dharampal

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103) The instructions from Government ‘that no encouragement may be given to the inhabitants of Sarun to expect any general relinquishment of the tax’ except what had been determined as modifications on January 11, were sent on January 18. The Government further observed: The Governor-General-in-Council is unwilling to believe that the inhabitants of Sarun will attempt to offer any open resistance to the establishment of the tax. 104) Notwithstanding such belief it directed: 32 Should circumstances however render it actually necessary, you will of course apply to the officer commanding the troops at Dinapore for such military force as may be requisite to support the public officers in giving effect to the regulations and orders of Government.

Following the resolution of the Government of October 22, regarding its intention of suspending the collection of the house tax, the Board of Revenue had informed the Bhagalpur collector to discontinue the collection. Such instruction to Bhagalpur evoked strong censure from the Government, and the collection of the tax was resumed. In January 1812, it was reported that the European residents of Bhagalpur declined to pay the house tax. As it was felt by Government that they were in no respect ‘implicated in the circumstances which rendered the continuance of the house tax necessary at that station’, the collector was instructed not to enforce payment of the house tax from the Europeans residing in that district.

It seems to agitate all those concerned with the problems of Indian polity, including those who stand for social and political transformation or accelerated change. According to one view, there is no place for non-cooperation and civil disobedience in a free country with representative legislative bodies. According to another, these may still be resorted to in certain well-specified situations. The situations which qualify for such resort are also a matter of controversy. According to some, the permissibility applies only when resorted to enforce accepted norms.

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