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Q: Who ended the dual system of government in Bengal as established by lord clive?
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Who introduced dual government in bengal?

Robert clive introduced dual government in bengal.

Founder of british empire in india?

Robert Clive led the East India Company in the Battle of Plassey where he managed to defeat the Nawab Of Bengal(Shiraj ud Daulah) and established an English government in India. He can be called the founder of the British Empire in India.

By which treaty Clive secured the diwani of Bengal orissa and bihar?

treaty of allahabad

What was the dual system of government in Bengal from 1765 to 1772?

The Dual system in Bengal was introduced by Robert Clive. During the Dual Government in Bengal the Nawab depended for his internal and external security on the British. As the dewan, the company directly collected its revenues, while though the right to nominate the Deputy subahdar, it controlled the nizamat or the police and judicial powers. This Dual Government in Bengal held a great advantage for the British: they had power without responsibility. The Nawab and his officials had the the responsibility of administration but not the power to discharge it. Nawab was granted Rs.53 Lakhs per annum for the administration but later on this amount was reduced to 32 Lakhs. Thus all the responsibilities were with the Nawab and all the powers with the British. This dual system was proved to be unsuccessful and in 1772 it was ended by Lord Warren Hastings on the orders of the directors of the company. During the Dual System Nawab-ud-Daulla and Saif-ud-Daull were the nawabs of Bengal. At the time of end of this system Mubaraq-ud-Daulla was the nawab of bengal.

Rise of british power in West Bengal?

Bengal in 18th century was one of the richest and most fertile provinces in India. So they decided to start the trade in Bengal and with the leadership of Robert Clive they were successful of rising power in Bengal.

Who was the Nawab of Bengal when the British forces won the battle of Plassey?

After, Siraj was defeated, Robert Clive made Mir Jafar, Nawab of Bengal.

How important was Robert clive in the british takeover of India?

Robert Clive laid the foundations for British rule in India by defeating Siraj-ud-Daula the nawab of Bengal in battle of Plassey.Clive had bribed one of Siraj's key men, Mir Jafar , to side with the English. In return, the victorious Clive made him the new nawab of Bengal. At the Battle of Plassey, in june 1757, an English army led by Robert Clive succeded in defeating the much larger army of Siraj. It was a great success for the East India Company who now were guaranteed control of the profitable trade in Bengal.

What is dual government?

Dual government was introduced by Robert Clive

Who established british dominance in India in the 18th century?

robert clive

Who established british dominance in India in 18th century?

robert clive

When did the British win the battle to establish itself in Bengal?

In 23 June 1757 in the battle of Plassey under Robert Clive.

One example of was Robert Clive's policy of appointing friendly rulers and controlling trade in Bengal?

It was mainly divide and rule policy.