Maharashtra: On Wednesday, a sub-committee was decided to be set up by the Maharashtra Government in order to make a decision on the implementation of the recently passed Farm Laws.
The Farm Laws has already been facing opposition by the Congress and the NCP, constituents of the Shiv Sena.
As suggested by the state government of Maharashtra, the sub-committee will be dedicated to the discussion over whether the new laws should be implemented or not. And in case it is decided to be implemented, in what way should it be done.
According to the information released by the office of Chief Minister of Maharashtra, many representatives of farmer organizations will be present in the sub-committee along with some other officials too.
They will discuss the implementation of the Farm Laws and what suitable amendments should be made to get the best out of it.
The new Farm Laws contains three laws basically. The first is the Farmers Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act. The second is the Agreement of Price Assurance and Farm Service Act. The third, which is the last one, is the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act.
Flutemaster Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia’s Vrindavan Charitable Trust in suburban Mumbai for which it got its revised lease rent approved by the cabinet.
The trust will have to pay an annual lease of two percent of the cost as per in 1976. The trust was given a lease of 30 years for the land. That is going to end on February 1, 2021.
The cabinet took another decision allowing the co-operatives to get their annual meeting completed by the date March 31, 2021. That too on a serious note of the ongoing pandemic situations.
Besides all these, an agricultural science center is decided to be established. And for that, the Mahatma Phule Agriculture University will be granted 250 hectares of farmland which belongs to the Maharashtra State Agriculture Corporation at Kashti village in Malegaon.
The new Farm Laws have been a topic of debate in many states. One of such states, Maharashtra has decided to set a cabinet up which will zero down on a decision beneficial to the farmers.
The Maharashtra state government has shown its concerns regarding farmers. Some amendments can also be made by the cabinet.
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