It was the day that 25 families in Lakhminiya village in Bihar had dreamed about for decades. A breakthrough that would give them self-sufficiency, protecting them from trafficking.
Their village used to be a haven for traffickers. But recently, these destitute, low caste families finally received the official hand-over of what is called “Bhudan land.”
In the early years of India’s independence, the country’s ambitions of social justice included the reallocation of land on a voluntary basis from landowners who were holding read more >