ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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WEST BENGAL-Of Things Fishy

November 27, 1976 after the country's partition in 1947 and other developments, including numerous fragmentations, further scope for land reforms in Punjab is limited, as compared to, for instance, UP and Rajasthan. The critics are also reminded that Punjab, after all, is a land of peasant proprietors, that the number of big landlords is limited and further that even this number has decreased lately, Every time the issue comes up in response to a Central enquiry or otherwise, the stock answer is that yet another panel has been appointed to expedite implementation of land reforms in the state.

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