In 1948—49, during a fodder famine in Kutch, the Kutch Darbar decided to bring grass from Chhad Bet and a contract was given for pressing bales of grass at Chhad Bet. Pakistan, which advanced the thesis that International Law was not applicable, relied on the two British authors who wrote about legal aspects of British rule in India — Ilbert and Tupper. I.) In doing so the Tribunal will not exceed the limits of its sphere of competence but fulfil the very task which has been assigned to it. India tried to establish that it is land while Pakistan maintained that it is a marine feature. Such were the Indian Atlas Series and later the Quarter-inch sheets, published from 1872 till 1943 in a continuous flow; they were, as their name reveals, on a 4 miles to 1 inch scale, and were the standard maps for the everyday use by the whole British administrative machine in India; they were published under the authority of the Government of India. He calls it, in Spanish, doctrina de los actos proprios, or in English, "the principle of the binding effect of a State’s own acts with regard to rights in dispute with another State" and has "no hesitation in asserting that this principle, known to the world since the days of the Romans, is one of the 'general principles of law recognized by civilized nations’...". And the surveyors, therefore, did not depict such land. The question therefore of a vertical line to the west of the Khori River dividing Sind from Kutch could not then arise. The political system of the British being what it was (the Bhownuggar Case), it is not claimed that, if Kutch did not include the whole Rann in 1819, any of these "subsequent events" would have the effect of later adding it to Kutch. (5) Bombay Administration Reports'. Pakistan further contended that it had exercised jurisdiction over the northern half of the Rann between the date of its independence (15 August 1947) till a de facto change in status quo in 1956, and that this independent exercise of jurisdiction gives Pakistan an independent source of title to the northern half. As for this last statement, it is evidently correct only in the sense that the British police extended their activity over the whole of the Empire. There are two categories of Bombay Administration Reports. (1) Gazetteers: Both sides have placed reliance on Gazetteers. They did not discard every doubt about the boundary alignment referring to such a map. The foundation of the agreement of 1914 is a consensus of both parties that there is a boundary existing but that in one respect it requires to be rectified. The first clauses of the two Treaties of 1809 (Pak. From Macdonald through Pullan and the correspondence of 1885, through Erskine, through the boundary rectification of 1914 to Osmaston, always it was the same criterion. Pakistan Map 92, prepared by McClenaghan when submitting to the Government of India his Report on the Export Trade Control Measures on the Kutch Coastline in 1941, shows the entire Rann within the Kutch territory and the Government of India did not object thereto. It is difficult to grasp why sovereignty should be lost over a place only because it is transformed by a natural disaster. It appears more correct to regard these raised grounds as bets even though they are joined to the land to their west by a small neck, since their straggling extent is very much larger than the neck that forms the connection. Thus, all the authorities of Thar Parkar District entertained grave doubts regarding the validity of the Collector’s orders of 1927 and were treating half the Rann as belonging to Sind only on the basis of these orders, which, in fact, were not only unauthorised but also contrary to evidence before the Collector. They can now claim more than Britain did at that time!". Williams found the Rann ending at the Khori River. Kennedy, deciding the Kutch-Morvi disputes in 1898, said that "the rule, as already stated, is half and half across the Rann". Since, like the other evidence of this category, it was offered not as a source of a new title but only as evidence of the true position in 1819, it is not necessary to examine the claim that it is authoritative for the definition of "purely British" territory. Since here, also, the Resolution is not claimed as a source of title over the Rann and is being used only as evidence of what the British officials of 1914 believed the true position of 1819 to have been, this evidence, like the rest of its kind, is of no consequence in the face of better evidence of that position which happens to be available. It was generally admitted and recognised as the boundary between British India and Kutch. The tax was collected by the Khavda Thanadar who was assisted by a peon. Certain fixed points appear to have been accepted by custom as lying on the boundary. It was pointed out, however, that Macdonald in his reports had said that he had surveyed the "whole of Sind" and that, therefore, notwithstanding all the other evidence, it must be found that what he omitted to survey could not be Sind. Britain could have protected the one territory or the other, or not, equally at its own free will, or could have appropriated one or the other territory, again at its own free will. The erection of the pillars was not referred to the Government of India. Pakistan says that it has refrained from challenging its effectiveness, in spite of its invalidity, because it has been acted upon. Since, however, particular emphasis was laid on the silence of the political officers, the statements of some officials of the British administration, the statistical data where, with respect to the area of Kutch, the reservation is made that it is "exclusive" of the Rann, the Resolution of 1914 (and the subsequent erection of pillars in 1924) and the events of 1935—36 when Sind was set up as a separate Governor province, it is desirable that I should advert to them specifically. As far as habitable, it has always been and is still inhabited only by Kutchi people. In this case there is a mass of contemporary evidence, including treaties, their interpretation by the Parties to these treaties, investigations, decisions, maps and accounts. But now the new republics agreed to accept the boundaries of colonial administrative divisions for practical reasons. They did so through a system of outposts on the largest bets in the Great Rann and through punitive expeditions against Sindi bandits beyond the northern edge of the Great Rann. All but the last edition of an official compilation of treaties between the British and Indian Princes, the compilation of C. U. Aitchison entitled A Collection of Treaties, Engagements and Sanads, had as an enclosure a map of India on a 32 miles to 1 inch scale. In any event, the British did not inherit any Amirs’ rights to the salt revenue in the Rann, as the establishment of their salt preventive line in 1934 clearly proves. L'un des deux termes doit être dans le document. It is evident that acts of these officials when representing the Paramount Power cannot be taken as acts à titre de souverain on behalf of Sind, i.e., a part of British India. Doc. regarded it. The connection between vassalage and arbitration is clearly brought out by Tupper (Chapter II, para. In regard to the texts that describe Kutch as bounded or bordered by the Rann, India points out that Sind, or parts of Sind, are similarly described as bounded or bordered by the Rann. The analysis by M. Alfaro of six different cases of this category shows how thoroughly every time, the Court or the Arbitrator studies the circumstances of the case before drawing the conclusion that its passivity could be relied on against the State whose attitude was passive. Such are the instances under item 1, concerning the rights to salt reserve by the Amirs "in the Great Rann" and under item 7 to the effect that "the Rann, for police duties.be considered British territory". spreading confusion among the warriors who had clustered round it in great numbers to watch the execution which it would do among the attackers... "The Kutchis fought heroically, there were even women battling side by side with the men in a passion of patriotism. The Great Rann was controlled by the State of Kutch up to its northern edge. This concept was portrayed in the maps of Rennel, 1788 (Pak. In 1884, the Deputy Collector of Tando Division, in pursuance of certain standing orders, went looking for the boundary between the area under his charge and the State of Kutch, and reported that all he could find was that the boundary was somewhere in the Rann (Pak. Both requests of Pakistan have to be rejected as going beyond the terms of reference of the Tribunal. The description of an old, stable boundary could nowhere be found. Silence by a State in the presence of facts contrary or prejudicial to rights later on claimed by it before an international tribunal can only be interpreted as tacit recognition given prior to the litigation. As for the animus, it is very evidently lacking for Dhara Banni and Chhad Bet. As the surveyors did not survey and depict such tracts of land, as they never even mentioned the existence of such land as a separate category, it may be safely assumed that such land did not exist. Major Pullan replied that he was "fully aware that the Cutch State owns no land on the Northern border of the Ran". Doc. From this Proclamation on, it becomes unthinkable that Kutch territory should have been reduced by British administrators or, which comes to the same, that British Indian territory should have been extended at the expense of Kutch territory by these administrators. The problem therefore reduces itself to determining the extent of Kutch in 1819 because, as soon as that is determined, it follows by logical steps that Sind in 1819 began where Kutch ended; since in 1843 Kutch was the same as in 1819, Sind in 1843 (the year of its conquest by the British) was what it was in 1819; and since both Sind and Kutch remained the same till 18 July 1947 (except for the 550 square miles that are not material for this purpose), the boundary between Sind and Kutch on that date was what it was in 1819. It was, therefore, an invalid transaction. Map 106) and Arrowsmith, 1804 (Pak. Generally speaking there are no longer any boundary disputes concerning the partition of territory between States which is admittedly no man’s land. The Station of the Great Trigonometrical Survey in the disputed area was maintained at the cost of Sind. A boundary is — in our times — normally a conterminous boundary. another coastal State. But they had sold their lives dearly, the losses on the Sind side were heavy. Click on calculate distance to see latest distance. CONCLUSIONS - DISSENTIN G OPINION OF JUDGE ALES BEBLER 493 publishing official maps with the boundary alignment along the northern edge of the Rann, the British negated most emphatically every suspicion that they wished to incorporate the Rann into British India.They did so even in the field of display of State authority mentioned by Pakistan — by establishing a salt preventive customs line along the northern edge of the Rann as the outer boundary of British India.It is therefore ascertained that this very important requirement, the animus, did not exist on the part of the British and, this requirement being essential, it should be held that the evidence submitted by Pakistan on display of State authority by the British as sovereigns of Sind over the northern half of the Rann does not establish a title for Pakistan to that area.Are Dhara Banni and Chhad Bet an exception? It is true that the pre-survey maps are not as scientific as the maps prepared by the Surveyor-General of India, but they clearly show the physical feature, traces of which are to be seen in the survey maps themselves — namely the bed of Khori River — to be the limit of the Rann. Since here, also, the Resolution is not claimed as a source of title over the Rann and is being used only as evidence of what the British officials of 1914 believed the true position of 1819 to have been, this evidence, like the rest of its kind, is of no consequence in the face of better evidence of that position which happens to be available. Evidence of Inhabitants of the Region, and Persons who Explored the Rann. This one was very close to the northern edge of the Rann, some 7—10 miles from it. The Kutch Dewan claimed the area from the top of the Sir Creek to the trijunction point of Jati and Badin Talukas in Sind and the Rann of Kutch as indicated by the green line on the map; the Sind authorities, on the other hand, were claiming that the boundary should follow the purple line from the mouth of the Khori Creek to the top of the Khori Creek and from there due north to the trijunction point. This conclusion is fully confirmed by the events of the following year summarised in Chapter VIII as the 1885 incident. Exercise of JurisdictionBoth India and Pakistan have cited instances of jurisdiction to show their control over the Rann. (6) The Rann of Kutch, particularly the Great Rann of Kutch, is by its geographic position a part of Kutch. Doc. They govern thousands and thousands of kilometres of international boundaries. I have therefore no hesitation in finding that the Rann itself was the boundary between coastal States, and that, as between Sind and the other coastal States including Kutch, that boundary was never reduced to a line; our task now is to reduce it to a line of boundary between India and Pakistan. Therefore, if the outer boundary of a province was conterminous with the boundary of an Indian State, the alteration of such a conterminous boundary would require the authority of an Order-in-Council. Pakistan Document B.341 refers to the presence of a couple of policemen at a meeting held unquestionably in the interior of Sind. Passiveness in front of given facts is the most general form of acquiescence or tacit consent. The parties entrusted with the work were mixed, Sind— Kutch parties. Prudence and wisdom recommended that such problems should be left in suspense as long as the State concerned did not press for their solution.This is the logical explanation of the attitude of the Government of India with regard to the delimitation of the boundary in the Rann area which was never defined and settled in spite of the numerous requests of the Sind authorities. On the map a wide tract of land, with Sindri still marked as a fort, and including approximately what must have been the Sayra. Doc. — which could not be the case if the whole Rann belonged to Kutch.In a dispute over Keswala Bet, lying in the middle of the Rann, decided by Jacob in 1856 (Ind. Also, Kutch lies on the India-Pakistan border and you can see parts of Pakistan from Kutch. Such material was particularly scanty and unverified in respect of local conditions in the early stages of history of the East India Company. Kutch was, from 1926, rather persistent in displaying its State authority over Dhara Banni, Chhad Bet and another small bet called Pirol Valo Kun by imposing panchari on the grazing of cattle and dispatching its agents to the pastures to levy the imposed panchari. One has seen a number of controversies arising in connection with the liquidation of colonial empires, either between the colonial powers and the former colonies or between the former colonies themselves — but no controversy of this nature. They constituted such a substantial and characteristic portion of the Great Rann, lying in the upper part of its very centre, that they could not simply be overlooked in the descriptions or in the data about the extent of the Rann published in administration reports, or neglected by surveyors who surveyed Sind, if they were Sind territory. New boundaries are simply the continuation of the immediately preceding colonial situation. At the time of Macdonald’s Survey, the river only marked the eastern limit of Jati Taluka. To me, it seems legitimate (and convenient) for this purpose to take the contours of the Rann as they are shown in the latest pre-partition survey maps, instead of trying to reconstruct them as they must have been in 1819. It felt secure under the protection of the British who had guaranteed the integrity of its territory by the Treaty of 1819. They were not excluded from those treaties either explicitly or implicitly and were not replaced by any clause of those treaties. Some date from the Middle Ages as one-time boundaries of territories belonging to this or that feudal lord. Doc. In other words: Acts of local British officials in Sind could engage Britain as the sovereign of Sind only if those officials acted in their capacity of officials of Sind, i.e., of British India, and only if their acts were in keeping with the "intention and will" of the Government of India to act as sovereign over the territory where the acts were performed. Thus the evidence examined concerned acts of administration performed by the Parties in the disputed area. What possible value could the Government derive from 502PROPOSAL OF MR. NASROLLAH ENTEZAM 503determining, at the expense of an Indian State, a boundary in an area so completely desolate and barren as the Rann? Invasions in the distant past could have been, and were in some places, the starting points of an evolution that terminated in sovereignty over a given territory by the original aggressor State. Whenever these authorities or the survey officers raised the question of delimitation of the boundary, the Government replied along these lines: for political reasons we do not want the question of the boundary to be raised unless the Kutch State insists upon it and forces the issue. In any event, the claim made by the Mukhtiarkar on the basis of these orders cannot affect the conclusive position which the Government of India had, in consultation with the Government of Bombay and the Commissioner in Sind, taken only three years earlier, in the definition of the boundaries of the Province of Sind and in the Index Map, that no part of the Rann belonged to Sind. Pullan requested that the survey authorities be informed of the boundary, when determined. The definition was intended to appear in the Order-in-Council implementing the Government of India Act with respect to. Notwithstanding repeated remonstrances, those engagements were not kept; piracies were not suppressed. In 1819, at the moment of the "territory freezing", the Sind—Kutch boundary lay in the middle of the Rann; In 1843, with the conquest of Sind by the British, every square inch of Sind territory became British territory; the Sind—Kutch boundary became the British—Kutch boundary and it lay in the middle of the Rann; There is no trace of such a cession, which would require an Act of the Crown of England in Parhament or at least of the Crown of England in Council. The said Resolution contained the decision on the boundary and was accompanied by a map on which the rectified boundary was shown; the consent of the State of Kutch was expressed in a letter written and signed by the Rao; it was addressed to the Political Agent, Kutch, i.e., to the representative of the Paramount Power; it mentioned the accompanying map; the Resolution was sanctioned by yet one higher British authority, the Government of India; the sanction was communicated in a letter written and signed by the Assistant Secretary to the Government of India, Foreign Department, and was addressed to the Secretary to the Government, Political Department, Bombay. The fact that so many maps of that period have been produced on which it is not shown demonstrably establishes the error. Thus the relevant portion of the definition and the Index Map were approved by all competent authorities and the alignment of the boundary shown therein has not been deviated from since then. Rann or any portion of it were in fact found to be neither a part of Sind nor a part of Kutch, it would be terra nullius, which in the absence of any other claimant (as is the case) must be deemed to be apportioned between India and Pakistan. The Dharamsala and the well were built on Gainda Bet, in the very centre of the Great Rann, slightly above the 24th parallel (at approximately 24° 2'). This List described rhe area of Kutch as "exclusive of the Rann". The boundary lines as argued by India and Pakistan are only claims. Pak – China Border. It appears to me permissible to regard both Sayra and the part of the delta lands in dispute where the lake was formed to have merged into the width of the boundary which is now to be reduced to a widthless line, and to regard the vertical line as the western limit of that boundary. In spite of the existence of later maps showing by a double riband what is now said to have been implied (namely that the whole Rann belonged to Kutch) (Ind. The Secretary of State submitted to the British Parliament the States Enquiry Committee (Financial) Report 1932, which contains a map showing the entire Rann outside Sind. (d) One other instance about the Amirs’ rights, the instance under item 1, is close to being contemporaneous. This can be obtained on the way at the Bhirandiyara village (famous for mawa, a sweet made from milk) checkpoint, about 55 kilometers (34 miles) from Bhuj. He accepted, for instance, the Italian argument that the pastureland was purchased in 1554 by the villagers on the Italian side who could produce original contracts of purchase of that remote time; that the Italian villagers, accompanied by their police planted border marks around the pastureland; that they had been grazing their cattle on this land for four full centuries "uncontested and undisturbed". The Commissioner in his turn consulted the Director of Land Records, Sind. Doc. They have all been summarised under appropriate heads. 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