1957: Nehru has condemned Britain’s military action in Oman

1957: The Indian Prime Minister, Mr. Nehru, has condemned Britain’s military action in Oman as “not in accent with the policy which should normally be pursued” among nations.

Mr. Nehru refused, however, to commit himself on the legal and constitutional aspects of the “little war” in Oman.

When pressed for his reasons, he replied that there is “lack of clarity in the various connected documents” and that he does net know “where to draw the line.”