12 Opposition parties planning to meet President Kovind over Farm bill
Today is the eighth day of the monsoon session of Parliament. In the Rajya Sabha yesterday, on Sunday, amid heavy uproar and noise, two bills related to agricultural reform were approved by voice vote.
Today is the eighth day of the monsoon session of Parliament. In the Rajya Sabha yesterday, on Sunday, amid heavy uproar and noise, two bills related to agricultural reform were approved by voice vote. However, there was a fierce commotion from the opposition during this period. There is still a struggle from the Parliament to the road regarding the Agriculture Bill. Amidst all this, the opposition parties have sought an appointment with President Ram Nath Kovind.
Opposition to meet President for Farm Bill:
Opposition parties will meet President Kovind and appeal that the President should not sign his two agricultural bills and send them back to Rajya Sabha. Also, during this time, the President will give full information about what happened in the Rajya Sabha on Sunday.
Let me tell you that there was a lot of uproar in the Rajya Sabha after the passing of the Agriculture Bill in the Rajya Sabha, even Mike was broken.
Rajya Sabha passed bill related to agriculture:
On Sunday, after the Modi government of the Center passed the ordinances related to agriculture from the Rajya Sabha after the Lok Sabha, a ruckus arose against it.
For information, let us tell you that the Agricultural Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Simplification) Bill-2020 and the Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Price Assurance Agreement and Agreement on Agricultural Services Bill-2020 have been cleared by the Rajya Sabha.
Apart from this, the opposition parties will also take up the matter of suspending eight Rajya Sabha MPs for the entire Monsoon session. Also tomorrow once again this issue will be raised in Rajya Sabha. Please tell that Rajya Sabha Chairman Venkaiah Naidu was very angry on Sunday for the uproar over the Agriculture Bill. After which he has suspended eight MPs who created a ruckus for the session.