Dear Editor,You cannot expect farmers to under-stand intricate laws and regulations. It is natural for people to be apprehensive as soon as the existing state of affairs is changed without any consultations. The Centre’s new laws are an archetype of how lack of communication can cause misplaced apprehension and trust deficit among people. Farmers have been dependent on government subsidies and protectionist policies for decades. A sudden transition to a free market model, however good or advantageous that might be, will lead to concern. Therefore, the Centre must reach out to the farmers in order to allay their fears. Furthermore, it should work in tandem with the state governments for effective implementation of policies.Neha Jamal,Punjab.
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