|Special Section on Farmers Movement in India|
|The end of the yearlong farmers agitation on November 19, 2021, led mostly by farmers from Punjab and Haryana at the borders of Delhi marked a tremendous success in its resistance to legislation of the central government and corporatization of agriculture in India. The movement defeated forces internal to India that favored agro-industries as well as larger global policy-making that favors the same. In India, such policies date back to at least the 1990s and the shift to “liberalize” India. As documented in the two previous issues published by Sikh Research Journal, the farmers’ movement witnessed participation from a cross section of the Indian population, cutting across societal, professional and geographical barriers.|
Keywords: Farmers’ Movement, agricultural laws
Final Reflections on the Farmers’ Movement – Editorial Team
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|The Editorial Team|
Shoma Choudhury Lahiri