The slapping of export restrictions, minimum export prices, and unfair imports as a means to target inflation have affected farmers
Today is the second death anniversary of Sharad Joshi, a legendary farmer leader who fought for remunerative prices for agricultural produce till 1992 and then for the liberalization of the farm economy. He reached great summits in farm agitation and also witnessed political debacles, but won the argument that farmers were and still are being treated adversely in the post-independence era, thanks to socialist “redistribution" and planned development.
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