Updated: Apr 27
The crux of the issue:
“...nearly 60 per cent of Indians depend on small-scale agriculture for their livelihoods.
What’s “absolutely bonkers” is that the Modi government did not get farmers’ input on the reforms, said Sandhu.
“Farmers have been calling for reforms for decades. The issue is that the reforms the national government is bringing is not the reforms farmers have been calling for and doesn’t solve the issues that have been plaguing farming.”
These issues include widespread poverty, ecological damage, climate change and water shortages, all of which threaten food security.”
Jasman Dhillon also wrote at length about the struggles of farmers and the treatment of protesters here.
Thankfully the outcome resulted in the State capitulating and backtracking on the legislation.
Some take-aways here are:
1/ Inclusion in the process makes for easier adoption of change.
2/ Persistence pays off.
3/ We ought to be forever thankful for farmers every time we put food in our mouths.
Bless the protesters for their steadfastness.
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