Tuesday, January 18, 2022

India has many more farmers than of wheat, paddy and sugarcane kind alone

What does this repeal of Farm Laws mean to the fishing agriculture persons? Nothing. They, too, are farmers.

What does this mean to the huge value added agri-product persons? Nothing. They, too, are farmers.

What does this mean to the vast and growing horticulture persons? Nothing. They, too, are farmers.

What does this mean to the fresh produce, fruits and vegetables agriculture persons? Nothing. They, too, are farmers.

What does this mean to the skilled agricultural persons, heading all over the world and country? Nothing. They, too, are farmers.

What does this mean to the direct Farm-to-Fork agricultural persons? Nothing. They, too, are farmers.

What does this mean to the domestic traditional alcohol persons, converting farm waste into useful value added products? Nothing. They, too, are farmers.

What does this mean to the spices, herbs, medicinal plants people? Nothing. They, too, are farmers.

What does this mean to the tea, coffee, rubber plantation workers and their estates as well as co-operatives? Nothing. They, too, are farmers.

What does this mean to the fresh meat and packaged meat beneficiaries? Nothing. They, too, are farmers.

India has many more real farmers beyond wheat, paddy and sugarcane interests.

What does this mean to the vast and growing floriculture and horticulture persons? Nothing. They, too, are farmers.

Veeresh Malik was a seafarer. And a lot more besides. A decade in facial biometrics, which took him into the world of finance, gaming, preventive defence and money laundering before the subliminal mind management technology blew his brains out. His romance with the media endures since 1994, duly responded by Outlook, among others.

A survivor of two brain-strokes, triggered by a ship explosion in the 70s, Veeresh moved beyond fear decades ago. 

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