Frontier Incidents and Anti-Portuguese Activities in the Indian Union: Statement Made by the Portuguese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on June 8th, 1955
Tip. E.N.P., 1955 - 14 pages
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15 armed 1955—Violation of Portuguese anti-Portuguese April 23 April 30 armed and masked Armed Indian guards armed individuals arrest assailants Assault at nightfall Ave Maria Bamanpuja Bombay Calicachigao council of Bardez council of Canacona criminal record Dadra Daman Delhi entered Portuguese territory expelled February Fernando Costa firearms Foreign Affairs frontier guard frontier incidents frontier post gentry was shot Goans loyal Goans residing Government of India group of Indians guese authorities Indian authorities Indian Government Indian nationals Indian police Indian territory Indian Union Indians led Indo-Portuguese large groups coming latter were slightly led by Fernando Ministry of Foreign objects were stolen obliged to shoot overwhelming numerical superiority oxen Pernem police post Portugal Portuguese authorities Portuguese garrison Portuguese guards Portuguese police post of Ealem Ravona returned to Indian S. P. Limae Socialist leader Goray three guards tuguese unarmed Valpoi various other objects Violation of Portuguese Wamona Dessai withdrew to Indian Zari