Print Friendly, PDF & Email

6) “In India, property rights are presumably sacrosanct in capitalism, but evidently this does not apply to a farmer’s right to his or her land.” In the light of recent events related to land rights, critically comment on the statement.

TopicIssues relating to development and management of Social Sector/Services relating to Health,
Education, Human Resources. 

6) “In India, property rights are presumably sacrosanct in capitalism, but evidently this does not apply to a farmer’s right to his or her land.” In the light of recent events related to land rights, critically comment on the statement. (200 Words)

The Hindu