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Shah Commission of Inquiry : third and final report
Bib ID 203795
Format BookBook
Author
India. Shah Commission
 
Description [Delhi : Controller of Publications], 1978 
284 p. ; 30 cm. 
Notes

"Appointed under section 3 of the Commission of Inquiry Act, 1952".

A report by Jayantilal Chottala Shah, one-man commission of inquiry on the abuse of authority, excesses and malpractices committed and actions taken during the internal emergency in India, 1975-1977.

Photocopy.

Digital preservation copy; National Library of Australia;

Subjects Political corruption - India.  |  Governmental investigations - India.
Other authors/contributors Shah, J. C. (Jayantilal Chottalal), 1906-

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