Farmer crisis has a long history that occurred due to a series of issues, thereby leading to a structure that denied basic rights to them. Since there is a widespread perception that the "agrarian crisis" is more or less an outcome of natural calamities like drought which no one can fight. However, the honest judgment is that most of these issues pile up due to ignorance by the government and focus on liberalization policies. These policies pushed Indian agriculture into the global markets without giving equal opportunities to all, stressing the small farmers with fewer farm holdings.
Agrarian crisis is a product of diversion to critical resources and large attention to industrialization, an exposure that triggered the cost of cultivation to rise. We would like to walk the talk with one of our Development Talks dedicated to this grave issue and finding simplified suggestions to battle the situation.