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Ninth Schedule and the Supreme Court

All the 13 Acts included in the Ninth Schedule, when it was first inserted in Part III of the Constitution vide Article 31-B in 1951, were concerned with the abolition of zamindari and allied matters relating to agrarian reforms. It has been amended several times since and now consists of 284 Acts. An incongruity, introduced as a result of sheer neglect, became an obscenity created by wilful resolve.

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