In a nationwide survey of IANS-CVoter, more than 50 per cent people had a clear majority that agricultural laws were beneficial to farmers, while on the contrary only 30 per cent felt they were not.
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On November 19, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the repeal of all three agricultural laws. However, political experts also believe that one of the reasons for the repeal of all three agricultural laws was because these three laws were largely unpopular. There was also such a theory about the laws in this regard that Ambani and Adani would grab the land of the farmers through these laws and it would not be easy for the farmers to deal in the open market. Also Read – Farmer’s movement will not end for now, there will be a tractor march till Parliament on November 29
The year-long blockade of roads leading into and out of Delhi was also cited as a reason for the widespread unpopularity of agricultural laws. Also Read – The BJP leaders of UP are in tension, yet agricultural laws are withdrawn, said – hardly in elections…
According to facts and data collected by the IANS-CVoter Snap Poll across India, a clear majority of over 50 per cent of the respondents believed that agricultural laws were beneficial to farmers. In contrast, only 30 percent feel they are not beneficial.
On November 19, the Prime Minister himself repealed the agricultural laws, saying that his government wanted small farmers to get maximum benefits.
There is more evidence to support agricultural laws. About 48 percent of the respondents said that the government should re-introduce agricultural laws in Parliament after consultation with all stakeholders and making necessary amendments.
No one knows whether the agriculture law will be reintroduced given the political climate, but the fact is that such moves have the support of the people. A whopping 56.7 percent of the respondents were of the opinion that these laws were opposed because of political motive. (Input:INS)