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The Anti-Disorder Act was established by the Viceroy of the British Raj to combat the disorder and effectively save the British Raj from complete defeat by the forces that wish to see the world perish.
- Under no circumstances are those that are currently residing in the British Raj to leave by land or sea, without prior approval from the government in the form of an official pass or declaration.
- Those that are a drain on the strained resources of the Raj, and do no contribute in some way to the continued existence of the Raj, its economy, it policies, or its resources, will be denied rations.
- Those that stockpile far more food than they need (As determined by the government), will have their overflow storage confiscated by the government.
- If you cannot pay taxes with currency, a portion of your labored produce will be confiscated as a tax.
- The government of the Raj will not guarantee safety in the center of India, but it will not restrict travel to there either.
- Those that wish to farm in central India, between the Great Line and the current holdings of the British Raj, circa 1916, shall not be restricted. However, if they obtain a government-issued agreement, then their rights will be protected upon request
- This act hereby establishes government-issued farming arrangements that will allow potential farmers of central India to be funded by the British Raj, and in return, will be required to return a fair portion of their produce to the British Raj to be used as rations.
- Farmers that go into central India, between the Great Line and British Raj controlled territory, without a government-issued agreement, shall not be stopped, but if another farmer with a government-issued agreement was to claim their land, the farmer without the agreement must give up his land.
- Furthermore, the British Raj will be obligated to protect the interests of those with agreements as the interests are the Raj's interests. The British Raj reserves the right to refuse to support the interests of those without agreements.
- The prices of farming produce in the private market shall be regulated fairly by the government for some items, so as to reduce inflation and bring food down to a stable price.
- Officials not adhereing to, nor promoting, these acts will put themselves in jeapourdy of being removed from their position.
- Those in opposition to the existence of these acts, and their implementation, will put themselves at risk of being arrested and imprisoned by the government without trial for opposing the salvation of the Raj through increased food production and a stable economy.
- Until contact with the British mainland is to be achieved the Viceroy of British India shall assume the title of Emperor of India in order to preserve the institution and assert absolute rule, that is gravely needed, over all of India.