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Throughout the 1920s, the Criminal Tribes Act of 1871, which had its reach increased, targeted a number of castes in British India. The legislation said that everyone who belonged to particular castes was born with criminal tendencies, according to Simon Cole, a professor of criminology, law, and society.

Tribes

According to Ramnarayan Rawat, a history professor who specialises in social exclusion in the Indian subcontinent, the criminal-by-birth castes under this Act initially included Gujjars and Harni (a sub-clan of Rajput) and Lodhi (a sub-clan of Rajput), but by the late 19th century, its enforcement had expanded to include the majority of Shudras and untouchables, including Chamars, as well as Sanyasis and

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