The Lok Sabha approved the bills on 17 September 2020 and Rajya Sabha on 20 September 2020. During the vote in Rajya Sabha, the opposition asked for the physical vote instead of the vote, but the physical votes did not take place. [3] Rajya Sabha`s voting rules stipulate that members of the House of Representatives can challenge the decision to vote and, in this case, votes must be registered. [4] However, the Speaker of the House of Representatives passed the bill with one vote, claiming that the opposition had caused chaos, since the rules stipulated that votes in the division required all members to remain seated while they were decency. [5] [6] The availability of purchasers for farmers` products and infrastructure, unless otherwise stated in this Act, may become an agricultural service provider a party to the agricultural contract. In this case, the role and services of the supplier must be explicitly stated in the agreement. The Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Act, 2020 establishes a national framework for contracted agriculture through an agreement between a farmer and a buyer prior to the production or breeding of agricultural products. [1] [2] Note that regulations limit existing APMC laws (as in Bihar do not cancel), but limit the regulation of CMPs to the physical limits of markets under their control. Regulations can lead to increased competition, which can also increase the efficiency of LDCs in providing low-cost marketing services. [12] In addition, for farmers who sell their products outside APMC markets, APMC market prices can be used as indicative prices and numbered to better price-fixing for farmers. On 14 September 2020, three bills “on the transformation of agriculture in the country and the increase in farmers` incomes” were introduced in the Lok Sabha Act, the Agreement on the Empowerment and Protection of Insurance and Construction Services in 2020.

The Farmers` Trade and Trade Act (promotion and facilitation) of 2020; and the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill, 2020. The act provided for a three-step dispute resolution mechanism by the conciliation body, the sub-district judge and the appeal authority.