Land Reforms

The main objectives of Land Reforms are:

  • Abolition of Big Land Concentration / Zamindari System.
  • Abolition of Absolute Land Concentration.
  • Transfer of Land to actual tillers.
  • Distribution of Surplus land/Bhoodhan to Landless Labourers.
  • Consolidation of Holding.
  • On the guidelines from Government of India, followed Acts have been passed in the State to effectively implement the land reforms in the State.

  • Big landed Estates Abolition Act, 1950.
  • Consolidation of Holdings Act, 1962.
  • Agrarian Reforms Act, 1976.
  • State Land (Vesting of ownership) to the Occupants Act, 2001.