New Farmers Bill, 2020

  • Shivani Singh and Srishty Jaiswal
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  • Shivani Singh

    Student at Banasthali Vidyapith, Rajasthan, India

  • Srishty Jaiswal

    Student at Banasthali Vidyapith, Rajasthan, India

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This paper deals with New Farm’s Bill which is recently introduced by our legislation also there are various topics of investigation which is covered by us like APMC Act, which were adopted by 16 States in 2016 for the benefit of farmers and now there is a need for amend the APMC Act, therefore in this paper, also deals with what is the need of reform and what are the consequences after the reforms. For the reform, there were three bills were introduced as: - The Farmers Produce Trade and Commerce [Promotion and Facilitation] Bill, 2020. The Farmers [Empowerment and Protection] Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Bill, 2020. The Essentials Commodities [Amendment] Bill, 2020. The objectives of these bills are: - To allow the farmers to sell their goods outside the registered mandis as APMC. To allow the farmers to enter into the agreement for strike a deal before the actual production happens. To allow the farmers for inter-state trade of the farmer’s goods beyond the region of APMC regulated markets and this provision also prohibit the state government to charge any taxes on outside APMC. In September 2020, there are many controversies arises on the bills after the president gave their assent to the bills. This paper also deals with major findings over why and what are the reasons of protest, what is contract farming also the problems which are highlighted here are if the settlement is done and market price is increasing. Why MSP is given only to some crops and is the MSP is provided still why we find so much of suicidal rate done by the farmers.



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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 3, Page 5997 - 6004


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