As the resistance groups proceed with their dissent against the questionable Farm Bills, which have cleared the parliament, Congress pioneer Ghulam Nabi Azad will meet President Ram Nath Kovind today at 5 PM. The gathering between Mr Azad, the pioneer of the resistance in the Rajya Sabha, and the President comes a day after the resistance groups boycotted the parliament.
The storm meeting of parliament – which began after almost five months of inconclusive intermission – will finish up today, eight days in front of timetable over Covid concerns. On Tuesday, restriction pioneers boycotted the parliament in fight over the three bills identified with the agribusiness division and the suspension of eight MPs over bedlam and “unruly behaviour” in the Rajya Sabha on Sunday when two of the three bills were passed.
Recently, Rajya Sabha cleared seven bills in three-and-a-half hours without resistance groups. Mr Azad this evening wrote to Rajya Sabha Chairman Venkaiah Naidu, asking him to not pass the three questionable Labor Code Bills, focusing: “These bills affect the livelihood of crores of workers. It will be a great blot on democracy to have these bills passed unilaterally today.” The legislature has said the three Labor Code Bills, cleared by Rajya Sabha, will give a sheltered situation to laborers.
Visuals demonstrated restriction pioneers fighting external the parliament today with notices.
In the midst of extreme emotion for the third day straight over the Farm Bills, Congress pioneer Ghulam Nabi Azad on Tuesday had spelt out three requests connected to the base help value (MSP) of harvests for the resistance. The restriction additionally requested denial of suspension of the eight Rajya Sabha individuals, including Trinamool Congress’ Derek O’Brien, Aam Aadmi Party’s Sanjay Singh, Congress’ Rajeev Satav and CPM’s KK Ragesh.
The suspended individuals proceeded their demonstration on the gardens of the parliament complex on Tuesday till about 11.30 AM in the wake of going through the night there in fight.
“We will consider revoking suspension only after the suspended Rajya Sabha members apologise for their behaviour,” Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad told correspondents on Tuesday.
As the resistance groups looked for a meeting with the President, the Congress said “it is unfortunate and regrettable” that the President was not giving time. “We are deeply disappointed as we hoped that the President would meet opposition parties, would scuttle the bills and listen to the representatives of 62 crore farmers,” Congress’ Randeep Surjewala had said.
Two of three questionable bills connected to horticultural part – Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement of Price Assurance and Farm Services and Farmers Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Bill – were cleared by the Rajya Sabha on Sunday in the midst of phenomenal mayhem and fights. TMC’s Derek O’Brien was found in the well of house; he was blamed for attempting to tear rule break and grab mouthpiece from Deputy Rajya Sabha Chairman Harivansh. He, alongside seven different MPs, were suspended the following day.
The Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill, the third ranch bill, was spent yesterday.
The Narendra Modi government has said the ranch bills engage little and minimal ranchers by permitting them admittance to business sectors and costs based on their personal preference. The restriction, notwithstanding, says the bills take steps to nullify MSPs and will leave the farmers helpless before corporates.