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Unjust compensation : an assessment of damage and loss of private property during the anti-Christian violence in Kandhamal, India / report written by Dhirendra Panda, Shivani Chaudhry, and Rizwana Akhtaree.

By: Panda, Dhirendra.
Contributor(s): Chaudhry, Shivani | Akhtaree, Rizwana | Housing and Land Rights Network | Centre for the Sustainable Use of Natural and Social Resources.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi : Housing and Land Rights Network ; Centre for the Sustainable Use of Natural and Social Resources, 2013Description: 31 p. : ill., col. map ; 24 cm.ISBN: (pbk.).Subject(s): Minorities -- Rehabilitation -- India -- Kandhamal (District) | Victims of violent crimes -- Rehabilitation -- India -- Kandhamal (District) | Christians -- Violence against -- India -- Kandhamal (District)DDC classification: 362.870954133 UNJ Online resources: For full text click here Summary: he report presents an analysis of a detailed impact assessment to determine the real extent of loss suffered (in addition to damage of housing and human lives), as a result of the violence in Kandhamal in 2007 and 2008. The report notes that though the Government of Odisha provided immediate relief, compensation for ‘damaged houses’ and death, it did not enumerate and provide compensation for the loss of property (other than housing) such as household articles, vital documents (like educational certificates, land records), agricultural equipment, utensils, clothes, agricultural and forest produce, livestock, poultry, and livelihood-related losses. The government does not have a policy to assess and compensate such losses.
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he report presents an analysis of a detailed impact assessment to determine the real extent of loss suffered (in addition to damage of housing and human lives), as a result of the violence in Kandhamal in 2007 and 2008.

The report notes that though the Government of Odisha provided immediate relief, compensation for ‘damaged houses’ and death, it did not enumerate and provide compensation for the loss of property (other than housing) such as household articles, vital documents (like educational certificates, land records), agricultural equipment, utensils, clothes, agricultural and forest produce, livestock, poultry, and livelihood-related losses. The government does not have a policy to assess and compensate such losses.

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