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Farmer's Movement in India

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Farmer's Movement in India The key reasons for the split in the farmer's movement in Indiaduring the s and to this day stems from the increasing globalizationand government control of the agriculture industry in India As Banerjee argues Postcolonial discourses in India continue to reflect thestructural tension between those segments among the ruling elites whoemphasized industrialization at all costs This included increasingagricultural productivity through the application of science Rapid foodproduction and overproduction were accompanied by social exclusion and thegrowth of hunger in
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