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The development of the Indo-Pakistani borderlands

unsuccessful. Volunteer defence organizations also sprang up, especially in the vicinity of Amritsar. These groups, some of them openly political, included ‘the Punjab Frontier Corps, the Punjab Defence Force, the Congress Sewa Dal, the Student Home Guards and the Sher-i-Punjab Dal’, and their leaders engaged in vigorous recruitment efforts. Members of the RSS, a militant group active even before partition

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Alternatives to the Radcliffe award

–5. 3 S. Wajahat Husain, personal interview, 30 July 2000. 4 Satya Rai, Partition of the Punjab: A Study of its Effects on the Politics and Administration of the Punjab (I) 1947–56 (Bombay: Asia Publishing House, 1965 ), p. 175

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