Solution to solve Farmers' issue- Do you have any suggestions?The government is firm on holding their bill, and the farmers are adamant about the repeal of the bill. Talks have failed. The directives of the Supreme Court and the suspension of laws for 18 months did not work well.
At this juncture, Dr Subramanya Swamy has suggested to the Prime Minister to include the following three specific rules to the farm acts-
1. Should restrict the implementation of the act to those states which in writing inform its willingness to implement the act, and thus those who do not inform its willingness to implement may be given the freedom not to benefit from the salutary aspects of these Agricultural Reform Acts.
2. Should state that every state would be eligible for a Minimum Support Price in perpetuity.
3. Should limit the buying of the foodgrains by only those who have no other major business or commercial interests other than in agricultural trade.
I think these measures would certainly satisfy the farmers and would take care of the concerns of the protesting farm unions, and would bring an end if these rules are added to the farm laws.
What do you think of this suggestion? Do you have any possible and practical solutions in mind?