Pitt’s India Act of 1784

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    • It placed the Indian affairs under direct control of the British Government.
    • For political matters the British Government appointed a Board of Control of six members.
    • The members of the Governor General’s Council were reduced to three instead of four members.
    • The company was asked to follow the policy fo non-intervention.
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