Features of the modernization policy of India in the second half of the 20th century

The INC showed great caution in carrying out socio-political transformations, tried to overcome the most archaic forms of social life. The caste system was eliminated, representatives of the higher and lower castes were equalized in rights (the latter comprised three quarters of the population). The basis of the feudal order was weakened: the tenants received the right to buy out the lands they cultivated, the landlords were deprived of the right to collect taxes from the peasantry.
Great importance was attached to maintaining social and political stability, which is a condition for attracting foreign capital. In the 1960s. the government, seeking to prevent the development of social inequality, to increase the degree of control over the economy, nationalized the largest banks, the wholesale trading system, introduced additional restrictions on the maximum size of land holdings.

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