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Draft National Land Reforms Policy

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This policy outlines a very clear strategy of creating a large pool of land so that every family's right to land is fully honoured. The policy proceeds to suggest a just and equitable method of allotting land on a priority basis to the marginalized, especially marginalized women. Policy provisions are also made in Draft for Discussion Purposes and Comments such a way that common property resources supplement the needs of the poor and deprived. [Department of Land Resources, Ministry of Rural Development]. URL:[http://rural.nic.in/sites/downloads/latest/Draft_National_Land_Reforms_Policy_July_2013.pdf].

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  • Ministry of Rural Development GOI, 2013. "Draft National Land Reforms Policy," Working Papers id:5425, eSocialSciences.
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