India has traditionally been an agrarian society. Even now when the relative share of agriculture in national GDP is declining, the sector continues to provide core resilience to Indian economy since more than half of the population is still in one way or the other dependent on agriculture for its livelihood. As such, fair and equitable treatment of the farmer is rather an ethical imperative for a society like India. This would not be possible unless farming is remunerative with reasonable support prices, affordable prices of agricultural inputs and access of farmers to easy credit, technology, trade and markets. Agrarian distress stems from the fact of farmers not getting their due. AIFA would consistently endeavor to underline and project this perpetual denial of what is genuinely due to the farming community, through collective, democratic and peaceful assertions so as to sensitize and impact all the concerned including the society at large to accept, understand and redress agrarian distress.