Hundreds of thousands of farmers predominately from Punjab and Haryana have descended upon the outskirts of the Indian capital, Delhi to protest against agricultural reforms that were ratified by the Indian state in September.
The controversial reforms deregulate the sale of crops at the Mandis (traditional regulated markets) where farmers are guaranteed a MSP (Minimum Support Price), leaving them at the mercy of the big corporations and large private buyers.
Check this short-animated video below by Vox to help better understand these laws and what they mean for farmers.
3 thoughts on “Punjab Farmers Protests Explained”
very well explained
Hi nice rreading your post