UK/India: A news organization based in the United Kingdom has recently published a report on India’s agro crisis that resulted from the passing of three controversial farm laws.
The United Kingdom-based media house- CCE NEWS published over 38 pages long report titled, “Indian farmers protest, tomorrow’s revolution.” The detailed report provides every piece of information on why the farmers are protesting and how things turned upside down.
The report has over eight chapters containing detailed background, current scenario, facts, and figures to support the claims. Besides this, appropriate images defining the crisis are also attached to the report to elaborate the circumstances in a much more descriptive manner.
In the introduction, the publisher emphasized how farmers
are troubled by the three farm laws enacted by India’s government. Besides this, it is also defining the real possibilities, and the benefits two of the major Indian corporates houses will get.
“The Bhartiya Janata party-led government never understood the laws’ necessary infrastructure, which is Demand and Supply. The demand for this law was never in the market. The supply of crops was never so high that it could be exploited in the market.” added the publisher.
Furthermore, the report added that the corporates mainly owned by Mukesh Ambani and Gautam Adani would take over the markets and buy farm produces at incidental rates.
The report mentioned that the government of India does not intend to settle the feud and keeps on procrastinating the matter in meetings with farm leaders.
The report stated that seven American lawmakers — six Democrats and a Republican of the United States also raised serious concern on farmer protests by writing a letter to contemporaneous U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. In the letter, they wrote,” “As a nation that is familiar with political protests, we believe that the United States can offer counsel to India during their current period of social disturbance.”