Hindi: The government should do something to ease their apprehensions.

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  • littlepond

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    Apprehension means डर, शंकाएँ, भय, It doesn't mean aashaNka which is doubt.
    In the OP's sentence, aashaNkaa is the meaning; you've unfortunately got it wrong. "Dar" and "bhai" mean "fear", while "shaNkaa" means "suspicion" - both not exactly "apprehension" esp. in the OP's context.
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