To protect rights of cultivators, Andhra Assembly passes Bill for tenant farmers
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To protect rights of cultivators, Andhra Assembly passes Bill for tenant farmers

By The News Minute calender  26-Jul-2019

To protect rights of cultivators, Andhra Assembly passes Bill for tenant farmers

The Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly on Thursday passed a Bill to aid tenant farmers and to recognise their rights as cultivators. Tenant farmers are those who own little or no land and take up agricultural land on lease.
The Andhra Pradesh Corp Cultivator Rights Bill, 2019, which was passed by a voice vote, seeks to provide all amenities, including banking and insurance benefits, to the tenant farmer without affecting the rights of the landowner. Tenant farmers will be issued Crop Cultivator Rights Card, which will ensure they receive all benefits prescribed in the Bill.
Moving the Bill, Deputy Chief Minister and Revenue Minister Pilli Subash Chandra Bose said that it was an unprecedented move and would benefit tenant farmers without affecting the absentee landlords. Prior to this, the benefits offered by several farm schemes often ended up going to the owner of the land, instead of the tenant farmer, who is cultivating the land.

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