Do read the entire thing before giving your stupid opinion.
Pajeets (as in 95% of this country) consistently start screeching the words 'muh corporate' and 'muh crony capitalists ' whenever any sort of economic reform or liberalization is proposed. It's basically always been a buzzword used by any politician to oppose whatever they want, and it offers little criticism beyond descending into name calling. Pajeets (as in 97% of this country) are without a doubt likely to resonate with something as idiotic and unfounded like pic related propagated by the so called "we, people of muh democracy " instead of knowing what's needed to eradicate poverty due to being economically and quite literally, Illiterate.
The words 'evil corporate' were used to oppose the 1991 reforms, were the literal justification behind the License Raj, behind so many of the idiotic economic policies India follows and continues to follow. This Retarded Leftist induced mentality of 'evil big business bad' and 'profit bad' has, and make no mistake about it, been the single largest reason why Pajeetland still remains a poor nation and a significant percentage of pajeets were street shitters up until recently. As a result pajeets are now even struggling to catch up to nations such as Vietnam and who have not only shed this mentality but begun to invite large corporations and businesses. It is a form of lazy populism that thrives in Pajeetland because almost everyone here is economically illiterate and most are relatively poor, and so garnering votes on this basis and fearmongering combined with the gargantuan popularity of the retarded idea of "evil big businesses will kill us all" propagated by popular media has and continues to be popular since independence. I guarantee that if the 1991 reforms had been put to a vote amongst Pajeets, there would have been literally no chance of them ever happening.
If you don't believe me, look at the history of a pajeet called Manmohan Singh. He wanted to structurally reform the Indian economy earlier, to reform the half of the Indian economy left behind in 1991. The opposition to him, including the BJP and their chaddi allies, was horrendous. Look at the BS spewed in 1991. The reality is is that in Pajeetland, fearmongering about companies has always been wrong and unfounded, propagated solely for garnering votes and political gains. On the contrary, India's ability to attract international companies has been directly proportionate to its prosperity.
If you want to criticise the farmer bills, please do so, but please refrain from using such buzzwords. What needs to be done is to ensure logical and level headed debate about these bills, what could be improved, what could be changed and if this is feasible and actually economically sound. What we don't need is to fall into the same old populist bullshit about the evil Corporate Boogeyman. It has kept pajeets shitting in the streets for 70 years and it will keep pajeets poor as shit in this century too.
No country in the world has progressed forward without liberalizing the economy and paving way for corporates and private sector to come forward. Pajeets are unironically aware of this but still can't come to terms with reality. It's either that or pajeets are simply too dumb to realize this. Congress's retarded and fucked up economic policies are what pajeets ultimately want in order to satisfy their own delusion of a utopia where "muh government should work for the poor " " fuck rich people " "muh free market bad" holds true. This is why Pajeets (as in 90% of this country) are destined to be dirt poor and loudmouthed bastards that keep announcing to the world "muh economic superpower" but lives in ghettos irl.