Peasants, herdsmen's rights on land should be protected by all means and under any circumstances whether they go to cities for employment or stay in their farming or pastoral areas, said Qiangba Puncog, chairman of the Standing Committee of Tibet People's Congress Monday.
Qiangba Puncog made this remark during the TAR's meeting on rural development. In his statement, he stressed that peasants and herdsmen's legitimate interests should be respected and protected, and no one should deprive of their legal title to property.
In recent years, Tibet's agricultural development mode has been changed; economic restructuring has been deepened; social structure has been experiencing rapid transformation and farmers' ideology and conception have changed fundamentally.
Therefore, Qiangba Puncog emphasized that the region's governments at all levels should get familiar with laws and regulations related to peasants and herdsmen, establish the concept of carrying out their official duties in strict accordance with law as well as guide the peasants and herdsmen to safeguard their rights and interests during this massive and deepening transformation period.
From: China Tibet Online
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