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HOW LIST OF LANDLESS AND INSUFFICIENT HOLDERS PREPARED BEFORE 1960

The Amildars of Taluks should prepare a list of landless and insufficient landholders villagewise and make it readily available for inspection by the various superior officers of the Revenue Department. Oil the information so made available the Amildar should make an effort to see that arrangements are made to grant land to the landless out of the list maintained in the taluk offices as per this office circular No. Cl-1072—53-54, dated 18th March 1954 and see that every one in his area becomes sufficient holders in 6 months. The same principle may be followed in respect of insufficient holders. When the land that is available is just sufficient to the landless according to the scale of 2 acres of wet or garden or 5 acres of dry land, suitable allotment may be made when the number of insufficient holders and their require¬ments are more than the land available. The Sub-Divi¬sion Officer should visit the village and darw lots and grant land to the maximum number of landless and in¬sufficient holders. When the list of landless and insuffi¬cient land-holders contemplated as above is ready, the Amildar should visit each village, entertain applications for grant of land from the landless and make on the spot grant and thus make an all-out effort to reduce the num¬ber of landless and insufficient holders in his area. A quarterly progress report may be sent for the action so taken, the first quarterly report being sent on the 1st January 1955, allowing the first quarter, viz., months of August, September and October 1954 for preparing the list.

The quarterly report may be sent in the following form :-
(1) Name of the village..
(2) Extent of dry and wet lands available.
(3) Number of landless persons.
(4) Number of insufficient holders.
(5) Extent granted.
(6) Number of landless and insufficient holders after the lands are granted.
(7) Remarks.

(R.C.'s Circular No. R. Dis. Mis. 2—Cl. 338—54-55, dated 7th August 1954).

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