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Policing in the Punjab (2)

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Capt Ewing's evidence to the Disorders Enquiry Committee noted that on 29 April 1919 the "Motor Machine Gun Battery went to a village 57 miles away to make two arrests, returning same evening, distance 114 miles." On 1 May "Mobile column went to Sukeke where it picked up one troop of 18th Lancers having left one troop 19th Lancers, at Lyallpur. Motor Machine Gun Battery had to go on to Hafizabad to detain and come back by road. Camped Sukeke for the night."

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