What would have been the points of view in 1970s when the Land Ceiling Acts were passed?
Land Ceiling Act were passes in 1970 and put a limit on a unit which is a family of 5 members to own the land. The limit was such that a unit can have maximum of 10 to 27 acres of irrigated land and 35 to 54 acres of dryland. There were different points of view on this act like:
• Some people thought that this limit criteria should have been implemented in 1950 land reforms to have better effectiveness.
• Other had thought that implementing this in 1950 would have a worse effect and creates a lot of opposition about the reforms.
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