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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 6167-6174

Agricultural Distress and Farmers Protest: A study of case study of Western India

Sangay wangchuk, Inie Nonang, Parna Debbarma, Sai Vamshi Naik Dharavath, Karma Yeshi, Dr. Anand Kumar.


This research paper is a case study on the agriculture distress and farmers' protest in western India. The problems of Indian farmers have been rising ever since the start of agriculture activities in India. There have been many reports of farmersÂ’ suicide every year in India, and daily it takes the toll of 10 farmers. So, this time the scenario is different as the farmers of India take up a fight against the government of India and protests the change of the farm bills. The amendment of the three farm bills infuriated the farmers of the whole of India, and major protests came from the western part of India especially, the farmers of Punjab and Haryana. 50 major protests were reported across 20 states in 9 months between January and September 2020. So, this case study will analyze and give authentic details, facts, and a conclusion of the farmers' and agricultural distress in India.

Key words: farmers, farm bills, agriculture

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