Everywhere in the world, citizens aspire freedom to live, move, come-together and to trade. The great revolutionary document called the Constitution of India is built on the promise of freedom to Indian citizens. Unfortunately, the State, since 1950s, has used coercive measures to curtail freedom. In 2020, the Central government has enacted two new Laws and one Amendment Act for our farmers. The nation has witnessed (and is still witnessing) widespread protests by the farmers across borders of the National Capital Territory and elsewhere. The protestors have called these laws as ‘black laws’ and they demanding the Indian State to take back these laws. In this blogpost, I will not be discussing the protestors’ rights or the process through which these contentious laws were passed. Rather, I will be discussing the context of these new laws- through the lens of Constitution of India and Freedom which our farmers have aspired for since the beginning.