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In 1970s Akali Dal started to demand Political autonomy in Punjab, and passed a resolution at Anandpur Sahib conference.

1. The Anandpur Sahib Resolution asserted regional autonomy and wanted to redefine the centre-state relationship in the country.

2. The resolution also spoke of the aspirations of the Sikh as community or nation and declared its goal as attaining the hegemony of the Sikhs.

3. The Resolution was a plea for strengthening federalism, but it could also be interpreted as a plea for a separate Sikh nation.

4. The Resolution had a limited appeal among the Sikh masses.

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