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The rationing system was revived in the wake of an acute food shortage during the 1960s, prior to the _____.


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Green Revolution


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The introduction of rationing in India dates back to the 1940s Bengal famine. This rationing system was revived in the wake of acute food shortage during the early 1960s, prior to the Green Revolution. 

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