ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Land Reforms in Bantwal

FOR the last one month, it has become virtually a regular practice for the police from Nekkonda and Geechukonda police stations in Warangal district in Andhra Pradesh to raid Chantrugonda, Hanjarapalli and Yenugallu villages and nearby 'thandas' or hamlets like Vagyanayak, Getupalli, Bhikya and Balya, the population of which consists mainly of Lambadas, a banjara tribe. The police stay with the Lambada landlords, eat goats and sheep, drink drums of black liquor and raid the hamlets. They steal the sheep and goats of the Lambadas, beat the male folk and humiliate the women. The police forcibly take people to whom the landlords are hostile to the landlords' houses and beat them black and blue.

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