Farmer Issue - Win of Bad over good reform..

It is a typical case of vested interests sabotaging the reforms . It will be a big setback for the Government to push further reforms. Government is to naïve and not able to anticipate and manage or manipulate the situation in the larger interest. A government has to be strong and determined to achieve its agenda by using some coercion also if required more  

Bhaiya unko laws nahi chahiye jaise mujhe demonetisation nahi chahiye tha tum kyuun dene par ade ho... Unhe MSP ki constitutional guarantee chahiye woh de do na. Aakhir apne hi kisaan he... more  
Adament Protesters defying Govt DENYING JUDICIAL COMMITTEE. SC to Order Justice Reviewing with an Appointed Committee following previous Practice instead of Staying without inspecting on the Good AND Bad of the 3 Bills. more  
The ordnance was in place 6 months before the laws were passed and the laws were duly passed in both houses. If the laws were not good for farmers all the farmers all over India would have agitated and not only Punjab farmers. If Punjab farmers need help to get out of the trap of Paddy and MSP they should come out with plans to switch to other crops and government should support them instead of buying Paddy which can not be sold. more  
Political Adamancy defying Govt DENYING SC Committee too. SC to understand and Rescue more  
The farm laws were passed hastily when what was needed is that each bills should have been debated and held for scrutiny. No confidence that this would pass scrutiny, seems to be the impression given by the government.
Farmers need support, period Much richer countries support their food "producers".
"rich countries like Japan, South Korea, Norway and Iceland, producer support ranged between 40 and 60 per cent of the gross farming receipt in 2019. In the United States it is roughly 12 per cent and in the European Union (EU) it is 20 per cent.

But in India, the producer support — what the government pays as a percentage of the farming receipt — is actually negative (-5 per cent). In other words, the farming sector, owned and managed by some of the poorest people in the world, subsidises what we eat." more  
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