Change and Development in Rural Society

Change and Development in Rural Society

Question

What were the objectives of land reforms after Independence?

Answer

The objectives of land reforms after Independence: The following were the objectives of land reforms in our country after independence:

(a) the abolitions of all forms of intermediaries (Zamindars), Jagirdars, etc. between the state and the tiller of the soil.

(b) conferment of ownership rights on the cultivating tenants in the land held under their possession.

(c) imposition of ceiling on agricultural land holdings.

(d) consolidation of holdings with a view to making easier the application of modern techniques of agriculture, and

(e) rationslisation of the record of rights in land.

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