Minimum support price (MSP) has become a big controversy in India. Indian farmers have been agitating against the non availability of MSP for their crops. Mere assurances have little value especially when we know the ground realities in India. But Indian farmers must digitally empower themselves to best protect their rights in current times and in future.
Problem with Indian farmers is that they are not digitally sound when it comes to protesting. We at Perry4Law Organisation (P4LO) have provided a digital gateway to them that is acting as a digital companion for them. Among its many objectives, ensuring MSP for Indian farmers is one of the aim.
Another objective is to provide them with an Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) platform were they can resolve their disputes. The current dispute resolution mechanism in India is highly bureaucratic and would cause problems for farmers in future. It is important that they sign the contracts after proper analysis. Our startups like TeleLaw and AFPOH are safeguarding interests of Indian farmers from all angles. From drafting suitable agreements to ensuring best prices for them, our startups are helping them in every possible manner.
In fact, TeleLaw is your best destination and resource for global online techno legal services and Indian farmers can also use the same for their betterment and upliftment. Farmers can use multiple methods to contact us and we would help them. They can use Twitter, online chat, e-mail, WhatsApp, etc right from their homes.
As far as dispute resolution is concerned, all they need is either an ODR Clause in the contracts they enter into with private companies or they can simply refer their disputes to us for ODR purposes. We would resolve them online and in a time bound manner.
P4LO and its startups can help farmers and rural communities to safeguard their interests and increase their incomes many folds.