Rekindling Hope? Access, Retention and Development of LAND: by Fr.Thomas Pallithanam

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Both movements used political means to attain their objectives. In other words these movements were both caste and class based movements. Dr. Ambedkar emerged as the National Dalit leader of the country. But neither the Land Entitlements – A Historical Development Independent Labour Party which he formed in 1936 nor the All India Scheduled Castes Federation which was converted into Republican Party of India in 1956 prioritized distribution of land to Dalits as their main agenda in the land reforms suggested by them.

The one in which a middleman intervened between the cultivator and the Government as a landlord, known as the Zamindari system, 2. The other in which Government dealt directly with the cultivator known as the Ryotwari. A variation of the Zamindari system was the Mahalwari where the village body as a whole or a group of zamindars was treated in a body as the owners of land. The area under the Zamindari system was 48 per cent, of which 20 per cent was temporarily settled for terms of twenty to thirty years, and 19 per cent was permanently settled.

The land was cultivated only under compulsion and irrigation works were badly neglected. This state of affairs resulted in Aurangzeb’s order to his assessors to flog the peasantry into cultivating the fields. Virtual slavery was the fate of landless labourers who had no freedom to choose their masters and who were way down in the social order. ” Land values were nominal. ” After a lengthy discussion Baden Powell concludes. 2 Land not saleable It was owing to its abundance that land was quite unlike other property.

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