Farmer’s Day is celebrated on 23 December, the birth anniversary of Chaudhary Charan Singh, the former Prime Minister of India and Messiah of farmers. Chaudhary Charan Singh was a popular leader of farmers. He did a lot of work on land reforms.
As Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and Finance Minister at the Center, he made the budget keeping villages and farmers in priority. He believed that the farmer is at the center of farming, so he should be treated with gratitude and the reward of his labor must be found.
Farmer’s Day: Importance of farmers
Farmers are special assistants in the progress of every country. There is only one farmer on whose strength the country can enrich the prosperity of its food grains. The father of the nation, Gandhiji, also considered farmers as the country’s king. But after the independence of the country, such leaders were rarely seen who worked impartially for the development of the farmers. The foremost among such leaders was former Prime Minister of the country Chaudhary Charan Singh.
Former Prime Minister Charan Singh is remembered for the unprecedented growth of farmers. Chaudhary Charan Singh’s policy was to uplift the farmers and the poor. He always tried to prove that the country and the state cannot develop without making the farmers happy.
Chaudhary Charan Singh emphasized farming for the well being of farmers. He was also serious about getting the farmers a fair price for their produce. He said that the entire development of India will happen only when the farmers, laborers and the poor are all happy.
Way Of Celebration
On the day of Farmers Day, those leaders are honored who have done the right things for the development of the farmers of the country.
Many workshops and seminars related to agriculture are organized on this day, through which the farmers are given detailed information about how to get relief from modern agriculture and the coming disasters.
On Farmers Day, agricultural scientists interact with farmers and listen to their problems and solve them.
On this day, farmers are given knowledge of a better and modern agriculture as well as they are motivated in this direction.
On the day of farmers day, farmers are also told about their rights and facilities given to them.
In this way, Kisan Divas are organized in every province in different ways.