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Vol. 10, Special Issue 8 (2021)

My crop my right: The farmer’s act 2020

Preeti, Dr. Kiran Singh and Vaishali Sindhu
Farmer protest in India is not a new thing. Farmers protest originated since the times of pre independence era in our nation. These protests arises due to various reasons like forcible adoption of land by the industrialists, clearing of farm lands for setting up business enterprises or educational institutions, issues regarding sale of agricultural produce, taxation or infrastructural problem etc. the ongoing farmer protest in India is against three bills introduced by the Union Government. The intention of the Government is that farmers should focus farming with more scientific & technical ways that will not only increase the land fertility but also farming with non-conventional agricultural methods will be profit oriented but the farmers are feared that mandi system will be closed and the agriculture market will be owned by some corporate houses. The farmers demand is either abolish the three laws or guarantee the Minimum Support Price (MSP) for every crop. This study reveals the farmer’s protest reasons and fear and concerns about the new Indian Agriculture Acts.
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How to cite this article:
Preeti, Dr. Kiran Singh and Vaishali Sindhu. My crop my right: The farmer’s act 2020. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(8S): 236-237.

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