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The Plan Taken Apart

October 15, 1966 lated with advantge. After creating the irrigation potential its utilisation should be made obligatory, and a consciousness must be created in the cultivator of his necessary role in development. The construction of water-courses should be simultane- The Plan Taken Apart THE DRAFT OUTLINE presented to Parliament last month describes the general approach of the Fourth Plan, its objectives, the main policy issues and programmes. Little attempt is made in it, however, to explain the rationale of the programmes except in rather broad terms or to discuss the bases on which particular targets have been set. It is therefore difficult to appreciate the consistency and balance in the Plan.

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