Keeping their electoral promise of reforming the Indian agriculture sector, the BJP government introduced agricultural reforms in the form of three farm legislative bills 2020 a few months ago. These bills intend to empower, protect, promote and facilitate Indian farmers. This is to be done by liberalizing the marketing structure of agricultural produce and by giving farmers direct access to consumers. These laws allow farmers to sell their produce to anyone outside state-owned ‘mandis’(markets). They can also stock their produce as long as they want.