Protests continue across the country over the central government’s new agricultural law. Meanwhile, now in the Kerala Legislative Assembly, CM Vijayan has raised a motion against the Agriculture Act.
Protests continue across the country over the central government’s new agricultural law. Meanwhile, now in the Kerala Legislative Assembly, CM Vijayan has raised a motion against the Agriculture Act. The Kerala government has also demanded the withdrawal of the bill from the Center.
According to media reports, the Kerala Legislative Assembly today passed a resolution against three agricultural laws brought by the central government. The proposal said that farmers should look into the real concerns and repeal the three agricultural laws of the Center.
According to sources, a special session on agricultural law of the central government has been held in the Kerala Legislative Assembly. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Pinarayi Bijayan took a resolution in the Assembly against the new agriculture law. On the basis of which all the members of Parliament have approved them. For more than a month, the Delhi border has been protesting against agricultural laws.
On Wednesday, the seventh round of talks between the central government and the farmers took place. Of these, the government has given its consent in 2 out of 4 cases. In which the Pollution Ordinance and the laws relating to the issue of electricity have been agreed to return. Giving information about the meeting after the meeting, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that two out of four issues were agreed upon in today’s meeting.