Swatantra Bharat Party

The farm sector has suffered enormously since independence by the government’s policies to curtail the liberty of farmers.

PROPOSED (DRAFT) MEMORANDUM TO THE PM ON AGRICULTURE REFORMS

For farmers’ input: SBP will present this memorandum to the PM upon the launch of the Agriculture Discussion Paper. Please comment on this draft Memorandum to the PM: in English | in Hindi

FORTHCOMING DISCUSSION PAPER

Swatantra Bharat Party is preparing a Discussion Paper on Agriculture Policy. We invite your suggestions at discussion@swatantra.org.in.

SBP POLICY FOR THE FARM SECTOR

For farmers

SBP POSITION ON FARM LAWS

Anil Ghanwat, Party President, was member of the Supreme Court Committee on Farm Laws in his capacity as head of Shetkari Sanghatana.

31 March 2022Press Release: Letter to the Supreme Court regarding misdemeanours by opponents of the 2020 Farm Laws

21 March 2022: Release of the Report of the Supreme Court Committee on Farm Laws 

LETTER TO AGRICULTURE CEOs, 27 December 2021

Anil Ghanwat wrote a letter to CEOs of agriculture related companies and associations on 27 December 2021 seeking their ideas and support to educate India about reforms.

SWARNA BHARAT PARTY’S ACTIVITIES REGARDING AGRICUTLURE REFORMS

SBP’s submission to the Supreme Court committee on farm laws

SBP met the Committee on 5 February 2021 to present its position. (Press release, 5 February 2021)

Download the submission  (PDF) from here. (Press Release, 1 February 2021). 

Photographs of the meeting with the Committee on 5 February 2021 | Photographs of meeting with agitating farmers on 6 February 2021

SBP’s support for Kisan Putra

Please download Amar Habib’s book here.

Sign Amar Habib’s Change.org petition here.

Join in the annual one-day fast for farmers on 19 March (appeal for 2019 here).

REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

 

ARTICLES BY SANJEEV SABHLOK IN TIMES OF INDIA

Let’s repeal the farm laws and start again, Times of India blog, 3 February 2021

We need a White Paper on farm reforms (Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3), Times of India blog, 26 January 2021

Get out of farmers’ way: In the end government interventions end up sustaining, not reducing, rural poverty – Times of India – print edition, 19 June 2018