Ans. The Khasra record of the Patwari gives information regarding the map of land. It identifies which plot of land is owned by whom.
Ans. The Patwari usually has ways of measuring agricultural fields. In some places a long chain is used to measure an agricultural field.
Ans. A ration card is issued by a government to allow the holder to obtain food or other commodities at subsidized rate.
Ans. For managing matters relating to land districts are further sub-divided. These subdivisions of a district are known by different names such as tehsil, taluka, etc.
Ans. Mohan was worried about picking a quarrel with Raghu because Raghu's family owned many fields and besides, his uncle was also the Sarpanch of the village.
Ans. The Patwari is known by different names in different states – in some villages such officers are called Lekhpal, in others Kanungo or Karamchari or Village Officer etc.
Ans. The Patwari would have measured their lands and compared with the measurements on the map. In case of any disparity action would have been taken accordingly.
Ans. Prior to the Hindu Succession Amendment Act, 2005, Hindu women did not get a share in the family's agricultural land. After the death of the father his property was divided equally only among his sons.
Ans. India is said to be a country of villages. Majority of our people live in villages. Hence, village welfare is very important for the progress. ’Ruler Administration’ is needed to look after the need of ruler people.
Ans. I would do the following:
i. Will file a complaint in the police station.
ii. Will check the records of lands with Patwari.
iii. Will consult Panchayat for suggestion.
Ans. Mohan is a farmer. His family owns a small agricultural field, which they have been farming for many years. One morning Mohan noticed that Raghu had shifted the bund by a few feet. By doing so, he had managed to take over some of Mohan's land, and increased the size of his own field.
Ans. Farmers often require a copy of their land's record together with map of their land. They have a right to this information. They can get the information from the district office or the panchayat office. They may have to pay small fees for this.
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