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UNREST IN INDIA.

THE VICEROY'S REPORT,

LONDON, April 30. The Press Bureau has issued the Viceroy's report covering the period to April 28. In the Punjab five rioters were killed. Twelve persons were arrested in connection with the recent riot at Ghuharkama. Mobs burned the railway station at Sanghir Hill and damaged those at Kaithal and Gujerat.. Wire-cutting continues in several districts. Otherwise all is quiet. Matters are also quiet at Amritsar, Lahore and the North-west Frontier provinces, including Peshawar. It is reported that the movement is essentially Hindu. At I Delhi the position is quiet, . but it is reported that Delh merchants are exercising pressure on merchants 1 elsewhere by refusing to honour their money remittances, and emissaries from Delhi are stirring up trouble in the Punjaub. Bombay is quiet; Their leaders so far have restrained the Moslems, despite strong feeling regarding Turkey and cogna£e questions. Inflammatory notices addressed to the troops have been posted in Meerut. J

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UNREST IN INDIA., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9600, 3 May 1919

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UNREST IN INDIA. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9600, 3 May 1919

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