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What aspects of the Nizam rule would you consider to be ‘undemocratic’?
The term ‘undemocratic’ refers to the rule that is not related to the democratic aspect of government, in other words, the decisions that has taken by only one person or a small group rather than taking into consideration the population who will be following those rules. The various aspects of the Nizam’s rule which considered to be ‘undemocratic’ are as follows: -
● Under his rule, Jagirdars were given full control of the villages, and they also collected taxes from the people.
● He wanted to bring old system where king and his nobles had the full authority to rule whenever they want to.
● He didn’t allow functioning of any democratic systems like legislatures or local bodies.
● He was reluctant to allow opening of the schools which led to low literacy rate in the state.
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