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Agricultural legislation in India

Agricultural legislation in India

Introduction: Agricultural legislation in the country was the legacy of British, real were commenced only after 1947to after the economic condition of farmers and status of farming through legislative measures. The democratic government of states and centre had moved in a large way to remove the most  unhealthy impediments to the progress of the agrarian sector. Since Five-year plans became an integral part of the development process, agricultural legislations also became portion of a purposeful national effort for changing the socio-economic condition of the society. In the early period, the legislations could be categorized into main four groups.

1.      Abolition of intermediaries.

2.      Tenancy reforms.

3.      Ceilings on land holdings.

4.      Law relating to Gramdan and Bhoodan.  ...Read More At...
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