All for Joomla All for Webmasters

Reviving interest in land reform

Founded in August 1947 after its separation from British India, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan has a land area of 770,100 square kilometers excluding Azad Kashmir and the Northern Areas, which are disputed by Pakistan and India. Pakistan inherited an agrarian system from the British Raj characterized by land ownership concentrated in the hands of feudal lords. By collaborating with other power centers to amass more wealth and power, these large land owners have hindered the social and economic progress of the rural population.




See the Report

Rate this item
(0 votes)
Login to post comments
Go to top