Treesa Joseph & Navya Sunny, Bharata Mata School of Legal Studies, Kerela
While we are going through the Indian history, we can see that farmers plays a vital role in Indian economy as well as the day to day life of each individual. So that we can say that farmers are the backbone of our country. But still the plights of farmers are still continuing even in the civilized nation. Even though Government implement so many policies and plans for the welfare of the farmers, the complete solution to their crisis is still in limbo.
The recent remedial measures taken by the government are the three controversial agricultural bills that have led to nationwide protest by farmers, state government and opposition parties were came into force on September 27, 2020.
The government hopes that the free market system will provides farmers more choices as well as encourage the private parties to invest in agricultural marketing processing and infrastructure. But feeders of our country have taken to streets, protesting against these progressive bills. Thus our research carried out with an aim of complete analysing of these bills which become one of the main problem facing our Nation in 2020.