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Give three reasons for decentralisation of power. -SST 10th

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 (i) Several states of India are bigger than independent countries of Europe. Decentralisation is necessary for their efficient administration. (ii) Issues of local level are best understood by the local people. (iii) Strengthens democracy at grassroot level as local people directly participate in the process of governance.   
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