52% Farmers Oppose New Farm Laws: Survey

  • According to a survey conducted of over 5,000 farmers India-wide, 52% of them have opposed the new farm laws.

  • According to the farmers opposing the new laws, their major concern is that these laws will eliminate the concept of MSP as a result they will be forced to sell their crops at low prices. They also feared that the government will end the system of MSP. Some opposing farmers also wanted the government to make the selling of crops at MSP as a mandatory law.

  • 48% of farmers who supported the new laws are satisfied with them. They feel that the new laws will give them the freedom to sell crops anywhere in the country. Most of these are small farmers who own less than 5 acres of land.

  • The survey was carried out by Gaon Connection.

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