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۱Politics of Partition–Migration and the Economic Instability of the East Bengal Hindu Migrants: Evidence from the Fieldwork
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اطلاعات انتشار: World Applied Sciences Journal، سي ام،شماره۲، ۲۰۱۴، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۶
Because of the communal riots and the political partition–migration during 1946 1947, an estimated 3 million uprooted East Bengal (EB) Hindus sought refuge to West Bengal (WB), a province of India. These Bengali–speaking EB Hindus were bound to leave their homeland and eventually settled as migrants in a majority Bengali–speaking Hindus of WB. Both because of linguistic affinities and religious commonalities, the EB Hindus were intending torelocate in and around Kolkata (a primate city of WB, formerly known as one the British Presidency cities). They thought it would be convenient for them to relocate, but the negative attitudes of the WB Hindus towards EB Hindus muted their plan to a great extent. Such non cooperation by WB Hindus was due to economic reason as evident from the field investigation. As a consequence of huge EB refugee rehabilitation efforts, the economic vulnerability in essence, indicated a kind of neo communal contra–relations that developed between the EB and WB Hindus. It was like Bengali Hindu–Hindu conflict for economic security. This state of supposedly unstable as well as uncertain economic conditions would scarcely enhance viable mode of sustainability.
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