New farm laws and conflict between Govt. & Farmers

Prime Minister Modi Said,
We will double the income of farmers by 2022

Parliament has passed three bills related to agrarian reform amid opposition from the opposition. Prime Minister Modi called it historic. He said, 'We will double the income of farmers by 2022. This is a step in the same direction. ”Thousands of farmers in Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh are opposing these bills. The minimum support price and fear of the end of the Mandis are being raised. It is being said that this will make farming go into the hands of industrialists.'

Indian Farmer conflict

Agricultural reforms were being demanded in India for years. The present Modi government has passed three Bills in Parliament for the improvement of farmers and agriculture. Speaking in Parliament, BJP Rajya Sabha MP Bhupinder Yadav said that "These three bills are historical steps for the improvement of agriculture sector". However, even before it was passed in Parliament, these three Bills were opposed by various farmers organizations, which are still going on. The centers of these protests are mainly Punjab, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh. There are some questions in the mind of various farmer organizations regarding this Bills like minimum support price, fear of the end of mandis. At the same time, there is also the fear of going into the hands of industrialists of agriculture and their interference in agriculture.

At present, the Congress Party, which is full of peasant interests, was earlier considering this law as the nectar for the farmers of the country, but today the brothers of Congress are opposing the most. However, in view of the opposition's opposition, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, "We will double the income of farmers by 2022. This is a step in the same direction, so that the price of the commodity in the open market will be market-controlled and the cash crops that are cropped will benefit more in the market.It is an option for the farmer to sell his crop anywhere except Mandi. The previous minimum support price system will continue. ”In the midst of all this, we try to know these three Bills briefly.

There is a lot of discussion on the potential advantages and disadvantages of these bills. If we talk about the benefits then the government has counted the following benefits of these bills. The first government says that with this ordinance, farmers can sell their produce to any person or institution anywhere in the country. In this ordinance, arrangements have been made to sell and buy agricultural products outside the Agricultural Produce Marketing Committees (APMC Mandis). Through this, the government is talking about one country, one market.

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