Ganga Devi was always a fighter. So when the Mirzapur district magistrate served a property attachment notice on her after a dispute in 1975, she protested vehemently. Then 37, she challenged the action before the civil judge and won the case two years later in 1977.

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Fate though had another, harder battle in store for her. During the course of the trial, the judge had asked Ganga to pay a court fee of Rs 312, which she did.

But just as she was ready to get the final copy of the order that was in her favour, someone noticed that Ganga hadn’t attached a receipt of the Rs 312 that she had already shelled out. The “vital” document was missing.

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