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CHAPTER FIRST Introduction, Problems and Hypotheses The Pre-Independence Era in India : During the preindependence era, the national leaders of the country often made great promises in their speeches for bringing an era of Ram Rajya in the country soon after the attainment of Swaraj or complete political freedom from the British-rule. In this regard the backward sections of the rural society were promised radical social and economic upliftment while the poor cultivators were assured of ownership of land that they cultivated. The poor and the unemployed people were given promises of economic…mehr

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CHAPTER FIRST Introduction, Problems and Hypotheses The Pre-Independence Era in India : During the preindependence era, the national leaders of the country often made great promises in their speeches for bringing an era of Ram Rajya in the country soon after the attainment of Swaraj or complete political freedom from the British-rule. In this regard the backward sections of the rural society were promised radical social and economic upliftment while the poor cultivators were assured of ownership of land that they cultivated. The poor and the unemployed people were given promises of economic prosperity and full employment through government's different schemes of national planning and industrial development. Since a vast majority of India's population resides in villages which, in general, is scattered from the geographical point of view and in a way remain shattered for a long time backward from modern point of view of socio - economic development. The Major Direction of the Present Research : In this context, the major direction of the present research was to find out asto how far the national government has succeeded in fulfilling the promises of the national leaders after the attainment of freedom in 1947. In this regard, in order to assess the degree of such success, it is hypothesized,