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Since the three farm laws were passed by the Government of India on Sept, 20, 2020, a 24- hour sit in strike was called on 26 Nov. 2020 that may have been participated by as many as 200 thousand farmers. It went on till May 19, 2021, the day Prime Minister Modi announced to withdraw the three laws. The purpose of those three farm laws was to open the selling markets beyond the existing Mandi's within the provincial boundaries of APMC (Agriculture Produce Market committee) that will fetch better income to farmers. We shall also look at the scenario of the unprecedented win of Mr. Modi in the last elections of 23rd May, 2019, that the opposition has hard time to fathom, hence supported the strike.


This paper has made extensive use of existing literature, government reports and personal experience of the author to study and formulate reasoning behind the laws and farmers' movement and then provided possible solution


This papers concludes that solution of the problem lies in meetings of District Magistrates with farmers of all 748 districts for getting their inputs for reforming farm sector and then make laws so that it is acceptable to all farmers across the nation and they do not remain with any reason for further demonstrations.  

For full text of this article, Contact Mr. Jitender Sharma at

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