16 families from Odisha's Sundergarh district were paying taxes for a piece of land allotted to them 22 years ago through government schemes. But in reality the land was allotted only on paper. They did not even know the location of the land for which they had been paying taxes for. It was only after the efforts of Video Volunteers community correspondent Bideshini Patel that the families were actually given the physical possession of the land.
Watch Fixing India's 8th episode to know how our community correspondent Bideshini helped them get the land.
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