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Quasi- Permanent Allotment of Land in Punjab

Description The partition of India, more particularly of Punjab in 1947, displaced millions of urban and rural Hindus and Sikhs who migrated to East Punjab. Their settlement and rehabilitation on the evacuee property vacated by the Muslim population was a gigantic task. The displaced landed peasants were first rehabilitated on the available vacant land first on a temporary and later on a Quasi-permanent basis. This government published pamphlet gives detailed information about the modes and methodologies and parameters by which the peasant refugees were settled in various districts of East Punjab. The whole account reflects the impartial, professional and efficient management of this unprecedented problem of such a huge size[edit]
Keywords The Standard Acre, Graded cuts, Allocation, Selection of villages, Bahawalpur & Sindh, Small communities, Soldiers\' colonies, Garden colonies, Taccavihoams, Rural Housing, Chaha Nehru, Banjar, Jadid, Barain, Banjan gadim, Ghair Munhim, Julundur, Karnal, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000793
Author Unknown
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher The Publicity Department, Punjab Simla
Custodian Kirpal Singh, Dr.
Length 23.0
Breadth 15.2
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         56
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