India has the largest number of farmers, majority of who are dependent on monsoon. Although, several factors like climate change and acquisition of farming land for commercial and industrial purposes has made them pass through a hard time. Despite all the adversities, farming still remains to be the backbone of the Indian economy. The nation is on the very brink of becoming a super power, this simply means more land to set up more industry, more infrastructure and ultimately giving up lots of farming land in exchange. It is the necessity of the time to do so, but on the same time it is required to balance this growth by giving this sector back what it rightfully deserves.
Statistics suggest that due to urbanization, population explosion, stiff competition, and urge for higher growth rates; there is a constant rise in demand of various agricultural products. About 58 percent of rural India earns its livelihood from agriculture and government is pushing ahead with its policy to modernize the agricultural infrastructure of the country. Some recent major reforms such as formulation of GST bill are going to ensure that this sector revives itself up from sick state. Not only this, but such reforms are also backed by some basic infrastructural foundations like better irrigation facilities, FDI inflow, warehousing and flexible monetary incentives. Multiple dimensions of this growth story are about to emerge from both public and private sector and even through public-private partnership. The Agricultural sector has the ability to generate huge profits and returns and there’s still much capacity to be utilized. Keeping all these aspects in mind, we can easily conclude that investing in agriculture is like taking India back to good old golden days.
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