The Rural Report 2: The Indian Farmer's Perception of the New Agri Laws
Gaon Connection releases findings of its unique rural survey on ‘The Indian Farmer’s Perception of the New Agri Laws’. In a first-of-its-kind survey to document the opinion and perception of the Indian farmer towards the recently passed three agri laws in the country that promise, among other things, freedom to farmers to sell their produce in the open market, Gaon Connection’s survey on ‘The Indian Farmer’s Perception of the New Agri Laws’ found every second respondent farmer opposed to the three laws, while 35 per cent farmers supported these acts. However, it was also found that of the 52% opposing the agri laws, over 36% were not informed about the details of these laws. Similarly, of the 35% supporting the agri laws, almost 18% were not informed about them.