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39. 40. Meena Radhakrishna centuries ago. However, it was hoped that the criminal Dasyus could successfully be turned into the Dasa mould, either as workers or soldiers in British armies. The successful examples were the ‘exterminator’ Akas of Assam ‘the eaters of a thousand hearths and the thieves who lurk in the cotton fields who ceased to be disturbing element in India by recruitment into the army’. W. 1886. The Indian Empire: Its People, History and Products, p. 59. London: Trubner and Company.

Much of the migration was, in any case, a result of British colonial policies in Ireland. As Hansen put it: The material reality of…colonial plantations in Ireland actually induced vagabondage as much as it profitably cleared lands and civilized a supposedly barbarous populace. 60 Such migrants were paid at a wage rate lower than that of the ‘lowest description of the native labourers’. ’61 As has been discussed in the preceding sections, the gypsies engaged—apart from their ‘traditional’ work—in occupations at the lowest rung of the economy.

63. Denzil Ibbetson quoted in Major 1999, op. , p. 662. 64. Tucker, F. Booth. Criminocurology or the Indian Crim and What to do with Him, A Report of the Work of the Salvation Army Among the Criminal Tribes, Habituals and Released Prisoners in India. d. p. 43. 65. The work of the Salvation Army in India, as also their ideology of criminocurology, has been explored in some detail in Radhakrishna. 2001, op. , ‘Introduction’, pp. 15–18 and Chapter 3. 66. Radhakrishna. 2001, op. , ‘Introduction’, Chapters 3, 4 and 5.

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