Farmers got justice in just 24 hours, the company was forced to buy crops under the new agricultural law

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Banglahant Desk: Farmers across the country have joined the protest in protest of the agriculture bill, while farmers in Madhya Pradesh have stood up for the law. Not only in favor of this law, they have also started getting the benefits of this law.

Farmers in Hosangabad district have started getting the benefits of this law in just 24 hours. The company had agreed to buy the crop, they have started buying the crop. It is believed that Madhya Pradesh was the first to get the benefit of the new agricultural law introduced by the central government. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar congratulated the farmers on getting all the benefits under the new law.

The Delhi-based Fortune Rice Lee Company initially bought the paddy from farmers, but later stopped buying it when the price reached Rs 3,000 per quintal. He also turned off his phone and cut off all communication with the farmers. But now they have started buying paddy from farmers again. When the company stopped buying the crop after the agreement was signed in June 2020, on December 10, Raj Patel, a farmer from Bhakhedi, and Brajesh Patel lodged a complaint against the company of SDM of Pipariya.

Within 24 hours of the farmers' complaint, Ajay Bhalotia, director of Fortune Rice Limited, appeared at the meeting and agreed to buy paddy from the farmers again. According to the new agriculture law, farmers get justice within 24 hours of their complaint. Besides, the farmers said that if the company had not bought paddy from them despite the agreement, they would have suffered huge losses.

Happily, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan tweeted, “This new agricultural law introduced by the Modi government is really in the interest of the farmers.” Because of this law, the farmers got justice in just 24 hours. I will tell other opposition leaders, please do not harm the interests of the farmers for their own sake.

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