Recently the government of India passed three new Farms Acts. These were previously implemented in the forms of ordinances. However, there are nation wide protests going on against these acts. Questions are also being raised about the constitutionality of these acts from various corners. The issue is relevant for not only the agriculture sector in India but also for Indian Economy and constitutionality of law making powers of the center.
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