My problem is this: if agriculture is so unprofitable and all farmers are losing money, then why are they so reluctant to part with their land? Surely, they should be grateful for the Land Acquisition Bill? They can take the money and start new lives elsewhere.
Among the answers to this question are these: the farmers are so attached to their land that they won't sell it so that somebody can build a factory on it. Or, they still believe they have a future in farming.
Both these answers suggest that rather than forcibly acquiring their land over their protests, we should look for ways to make agriculture more profitable for them.