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There are direct linkages between the situation of agricultural workers and their lack of upward socio-economic mobility. Name some of them.
The situation of Agricultural workers is directly linked with their lack of upward socio economic mobility.
i. The most important resource of Indian rural society is the agricultural land possessed by them but it is quite unequally distributed among the people associated with agriculture.
ii. In major part of the countries women are only allowed to work as labour in the agricultural land but they are excluded from the right of ownership of land.
iii. The income of the agriculture worker is quite low and their job is also insecure.
iv. Due to the caste and class discrimination the Upper and Middle Class had best access to land and resources and thus they enjoyed the power and privilege.
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