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Problems of Buffer Stocks

Review of Agriculture March 1969 siderations, possibilities may need to be explored to make the land revenue 'progressive' in its incidence. Illustratively, this may be achieved by instituting a graduated scale of surcharge on land revenue; land holdings below a certain level may be exempt and on other operational holdings a graded surcharge according to the size of hold- ings may be introduced. The system of land revenue administration as it has existed for several years is a tried and easily recognisable system. The system has developed 'built-in' methods of granting Remissions' during 'baa times' also.

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