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- There was a treaty between the British and Maharaja Bharamal II of Kutch in 1816. The administrative innovations made by the British Resident with excessive land assessment caused deep resentment.
- Also, the British interfered in the internal feuds of the Kutch.
- In 1819, Raja Bharmal II raised Arab and African troops with the firm intention of removing the British from his territory.
- After extensive military operations failed to control the situation, the Company’s authorities were compelled to follow a conciliatory policy.