A report published in 2003 described the village as "large", with around 600 households and 2000 voters present. In the same year, the majority of the population were listed as being Scheduled Caste in the Indian system intended to aid positive discrimination in the spheres of employment and education.
The position of Sarpanch, who acts as head of the village and is assisted by a Gram Panchayat (local administrative body) consisting of nine people, is controlled by one particular family of the Ahir community. It is also the Ahir community who control most of the land, "including a large portion of Panchayat land and common village land." The Sarpanch expressed frustration when he was interviewed in 2003 regarding the effectiveness of the Gram Panchayat, the work of which he said was hampered by administrative issues mostly outside its control.
The village has been the location of some violent deaths in recent years. In 2007, an 82-year-old farmer was axed to death, allegedly by family members; and in 2006 a cousin of Ajay Singh Yadav was shot dead during a robbery at his petrol pump in the village.
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