The people will be formed as contended than our state too will fall prey to National Congress what does this line mean

Dear Student,

Please find the answer to your question below:

As the king was getting restless with the idea of not finding the hundredth tiger, he, in a fit of rage, took the decision of doubling the land tax that could severely affect the members of his province. Hearing this order from the King, his dewan makes the statement ‘‘The people will become discontented. Then our state too will fall a prey to the Indian National Congress.’’.

The statement of the dewan highlights the grave consequences of the King's decision. Such decisions of the King, made under the rage of not finding the hundredth tiger and blindly following the astrologer's prediction, could create a lot of discontentment among the people of his state which could prove beneficial to the Indian National Congress to rule over the state.

I hope this answers your query.

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