The farmers are our breadwinners. The result of his hard work is that no one in our family will remain hungry. The country’s economy is stable due to their hard work and we should pat the heads of such farmers., Due to the repeal of the new agricultural laws, the farmer’ agitation has been intensifying for the last year.
In the end, PM Modi had to bow down before the farmer unions and withdraw the new laws. But now the farmer are adamant about the MSP law. But this demand is not as easy as it looks. Imagine if all youths get government jobs. What will happen if we sit on the road with our Demands?
What if everyone Farmer Demand a wage guarantee and then a pension till a certain age? What if manufacturers of all kinds of goods don’t sell their products and ask the government to buy them? Due to the farmer’s movement, the Modi government has withdrawn three agricultural laws. The movement is described as the victory of the farmers.
And now they are insisting on making a law on Minimum Support Price (MSP). But at the moment the big question is whether it is possible to bring MSP law. Is the pocket of the government so big that it can take such a big decision? Will the MSP Act really benefit the farmer and improve their condition? What can be done if this is not done? So far he is free from this pressure as MSP is only a policy and not a law.
Even after the law is made, if the farmers do not get the price of their crops, then they can go to court. In such a situation, MSP will be their right and the government will have to accept it. According to experts, if this law is passed, the governments will become bankrupt, so it is necessary to understand what should be done to improve the condition of the farmer.
Experts say that farmers are being harmed due to government restrictions. The government at its discretion imposes stock limits, bans on exports, etc. There are many restrictions. The government’s sword hangs on the farmer. Improvement in agriculture is not possible due to uncertainty in exports. The government does not have to spend even a single rupee.
All that is needed is to give freedom of technology and freedom of the market to the farmer. The day the Prime Minister announced that he would not impose any restrictions at least for the next 25 years. Then there will be a rapid boom in the stock market. Big companies are coming to invest in this sector.