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Uttarakhand government will give co- ownership rights to the women in the ancestral property of their husbands
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The Uttarakhand state government has brought an ordinance that will give co-ownership rights to the women in the ancestral property of there husbands.
The ordinance by the government has been brought in view of the large scale migration of men from hilly areas of the state in search of livelihood.
Uttarakhand has become the first state to give co-ownership rights to women in the ancestral property of their husbands.
Important takeaways of Uttarakhand for all competitive exams :
- Formation : 9 November, 2000
- Capital : Garsain ( summer ) , Dehradun ( winter)
- Number of district : 13
- Governor : Baby Rani Maurya
- Chief minister : Trivendra Singh Rawat
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