Short debate and address of the Minister of Agriculture; What will the Modi government do in Parliament before abolishing the Agriculture Act?
PM Modi has announced the return of agricultural laws, but formally the Union Cabinet is likely to confirm the return of agricultural laws from the central government on Wednesday. After this, these three agricultural laws will be repealed in both the houses in the winter session of Parliament starting from November 29. However, it is expected that before abolishing agricultural laws, the government may propose a short discussion on this. Not only this, the Agriculture Minister will also explain that what are the reasons for withdrawing the law.
CNN-News18 quoted sources as saying that the government may propose a short discussion in Parliament before the agricultural laws are constitutionally repealed. Sources said that Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar is likely to address both the Houses of Parliament and explain to the country why the agriculture laws were withdrawn by the government. When agricultural laws are repealed from both the houses of Parliament, it will then be sent to President Ram Nath Kovind for approval.
Actually, the winter session of Parliament will start from November 29 and will continue till December 23. Each House will have about 20 sittings. This session is likely to be stormy. There was every possibility of a ruckus in the winter session regarding the three new agricultural laws, but in the middle, PM Modi announced to withdraw it. However, if the government gets a discussion on agricultural laws, then there is a possibility of uproar in this too.
Let us inform that on the occasion of Guru Nanak Jayanti, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced the withdrawal of agricultural laws. In his address to the nation, on Friday, PM Modi, apologizing to the countrymen, withdrew all three agricultural laws and said that there must have been some deficiency in his penance, due to which his government could not explain to some farmers and in the end it The law had to be withdrawn. However, PM Modi still defended agricultural laws and said that this decision had to be taken due to lack of understanding of some farmers.
Here, the farmers sitting on the borders of Delhi say that till the agricultural laws are not legally abolished from the Parliament, they will not move away. Rakesh Tikait has also clearly said that the government has done the ceasefire, not we. Our movement will continue. We still have other issues on which the struggle will continue. Rakesh Tikait said that the government should talk to us on the law which is coming, otherwise there will be a movement of United Kisan Morcha in the whole country.