Land allotted but on papers only

Those displaced from Sardar Sarovar Dam project are still waiting to be rehabilitated. In another case of utter neglect from the government, people have been allotted land on paper but the allotted property either belongs to someone else or is unusable. 

 

 

Chetan Salve reports from Narmadanagar of Nandurbar district of Maharashtra for IndiaUnheard

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