Jelal Kalyanji Natali was a New Zealand Indian community leader who often spoke publicly on issues of racial inequality. In this letter of 3 July 1922 to the editor of the Auckland Star he attempts to convey the plight of Indian indentured labourers in Fiji.
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Reference: Auckland Star, 3 July 1922, p. 11
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