Injection of imperialism: Health, waterworks, sanitation policies and programmes in colonial Punjab, a case study of Ferozepore, 1897-1947Author(s):
In the present paper I want to explore the health, sanitation And waterworks in colonial Punjab and also discussed the overall impacts of British Health policy on our social, political, economic, cultural and demographic setup. Basically the training of discrimination and imperialism started by The British after the suppression of The revolt of 1857.In the present proposal I have established that the policies of Health, sanitation And waterworks of British provided them a moral base for the legitimacy of British Rule in India. British believe in the policy of punish and reward in each and administrative support for the continuy of their imperial power.Pages: 28-36 | Views: 163 | Downloads: 82Download Full Article: Click Here
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Harish Kumar. Injection of imperialism: Health, waterworks, sanitation policies and programmes in colonial Punjab, a case study of Ferozepore, 1897-1947. Int J Hist 2021;3(1):28-36.