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Property: Even if you give crores of rupees, people from outside cannot buy even an inch of land in these 6 places in India

Everyone dreams of having their own house in a good place. But there are many states in India where you cannot buy land and house. Today we will tell you in which states of India you cannot buy land. Let us know about it in detail.

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The Kalamkar News (New Delhi). Every person's dream in life is to build his own house and live there. Many times, the weather and environment of a state other than our own home state attracts us and we want to build a land or a house there. But do you know that there are some places in India where you are not allowed to buy land. Today we will tell you in which states of India you cannot build a house.

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It is almost everyone's dream to visit hilly areas. Because the peace and tranquility that is found in the mountains is not found anywhere else. Similarly, every year lakhs of people visit Himachal Pradesh, but here no one is allowed to buy property in the hills. According to Section 118 of the Land Act of 1972, a non-farmer or outsider cannot buy agricultural land in Himachal Pradesh. 


After becoming a state in the year 1963, there is a provision of Article 371 A as a special right of Nagaland, under which buying land is not allowed there.


Only residents of Sikkim can buy land in Sikkim. Article 371AF of the Constitution of India, which provides special provisions to Sikkim, prohibits the sale and purchase of land or property to outsiders. Even in the tribal areas of this state, only tribals can buy land and property.

Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh is one of the tourist destinations. Many tourists visit here every year. But buying property is not allowed at this place also. Here agricultural land is transferred only after government approval.


In Mizoram also, there is a ban on purchase and sale of property according to the special provision of Article 371G. Only the tribals there have the ownership right to settle here.


In Assam, under Article 371B, outsiders do not have the right to buy land. 


People also like to go to Manipur for sightseeing every year. But outsiders are prohibited from buying land there. Under Article 371B, only people of Manipur can buy and sell land. 


Meghalaya is surrounded by the beauty of nature. According to tourism, there are many places to visit and stay in Meghalaya. But under the special provision of the Constitution, people from outside states cannot buy land there too.