PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY
A3XAHABAD, SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1955
Official Paper ; Statement of Cotton Pressed ; Vital Statistics ; Seizures and Deaths ; Crops a'id I7cath~r
Reports ; Price Current; Notices and Advertisements , etc. •
GOVERNMENT OF UTTAR PRADESH
PuRVENTJS (C) DEPARTMENT
July 27, 1955
Reports i occnved from the Land Reforms Commissioner, Utlnr
rrade&h, on the administration of Government Estates and Stoiio
Mahal, Mirzapur, during the financial year March 3l, 1 'Jfll.
1. Observations—The year opened with 551
estates but closed with 541, ten estates, however, ceased
feo bo managed as Government Estates. The major
Uovernment Estates are :
(1) Tarai and Bhabar Government Estates,
(2) Garhwal Bhabar Government Estate,
(3) Dii'Lhi Government Estate, Mirzapur.
(4) Illaqa Kham, Rampur.
(5) Mam'anzuri villages of the erstwhile
(6) Stone Mahal, Mirzapur.
'2. Cultivated area—The total area under culti-
vation in. Government estates during the year under
report was 10-13 lakh acres, as compare* 1 to U-00
lakh acres in 1952-53. The increase is mainly duo to
i reclamation of wasteland in Tarai and Bhabar Es-
Income and expenditure—The receipts during
'the year decreased from 91:12 lakhs to 77-71 lakhs.
~"ie decrease is mainly due to the .following reasons:
(i) 6-61 lakhs remained uncollected in Rampur
as crops were damaged by hailstorm.
l>v tht; rui
(ii) The income of TUKU aiul liir^ia-1 E-^tiitoa
decreased by 6-39 lakhs niruyvy i • lt ««.- >jf non-
payment of 5'^-i lakhs ]jy fir.' LiJi-ij. V/cod
Products Co-, Bamlly, on aocuunt of ilie ],rice
of Khair trees sold to I lie Coi^u-iiy.
The expenditure decreased irui-i ff-IJ.'* -ink-is to
2:2-79 lakhs. The decrease is mainly flue to tli-
following reasons :
(i) During 1052-53. the Exr-cn*i\ L- Ku.inicev,
Tarai and Bliabar Goverament .E. -si ,7 to hirl
imrchasecl materials worth over 1 Ittk'i wiiie'i
TV ere not utilized in that yerir.
(ii) The expenditure on works ik-ii^ •Ii-ew.ispJ,
by 1 lakh.
(iii) The cost of managenienr iu
decreased by 0-83 lakh flue t
management of the estates l>v tht; ruiirr of
4. Collections — The collection of the ivntai de-
mand was 99-31 per cent in Ghazipur, ft!)- 01 per cent
in Nairn Tal, 9G-Q- per cent in .Baimm.s r.ud Ul-75
per cent in Allahabad.
5. Public Health— Public Health v.:is, on the
whole, satisfactory. In Tarai and Bliabar Distal v?t
the number of births and dentl>s v/fts 1»77S ami 7t7,
respectively as against 1,959 and 1,1 iKJ during tho
previous ^ear, Next to malnrki which li"u=* hem
largely controlled, the ChM Public Health i^v.^k-ri of
Tarai and Bhabar is water- Iwme clifien;,'?ft, p..n JciiTttrlx1'
dysentery and typlcoul Fevers ^u wlik-:i ••jsi-fisil
attention was paid. There was :tu ouitri::i'x of elin-
leta in two villages of tah**il "Bazpur, Uufc :K> tloatli
occurred. There were nina seizures wi* U < >iLf f tenth fr« «a
small-pox in Tarai and Bhauur. la Dndhi, thorn
were five deaths from cholera and two f--ui)i small-pox.
The leper:aaylnm in Tarai and Biiabnr uonliiuu'd to
. work satisfactorily. The lepers arc provided with
land fot growing vegetables and fruits for themselves.