Farm Laws Repeal Bill 2021 passed in Lower and Upper Houses without discussion

Farm Laws Repeal Bill 2021 passed in Lower and Upper Houses without discussion
ANI

Lok Sabha on Monday passed the Farm Laws Repeal Bill. It was passed without any discussions even after the Opposition vociferously demanded talks on the same.

Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar after introducing the bill, tabled it (Bill) for consideration and passing.

Besides, the TMC and DMK MPs came to the well of the House; they all demanded a discussion.

Congress MPs, on the other hand, went back to their seats to let their leader Adhir Ranjan Choudhary raise this demand.

PM Modi spoke outside the Parliament before the commencement of the Winter Session.

The 25-day Parliament Winter Session began on a stormy note today.

Several Opposition parties along with others demanded a statutory backing to the Minimum Support Price (MSP) of crops on Sunday.

The Farm Laws Repeal Bill, 2021 was passed in the Rajya Sabha through a voice vote without any discussion.

BKU leader Rakesh Tikait also said that the protest will continue as there are other demands that are to be met.

This comes as a big breather for the farmers of India. But there are other pending demands that the protesting farmers aim to meet.

Apart from that, the first day of Parliament’s Winter Session began on a disruptive note.

It was a scene of chaos and uproar when the Opposition MPs rushed to the well of the House in Lok Sabha. They were raising various issues.

Most of the sloganeering raised the issue of MSP.

PM Modi also highlighted that the criteria to judge the session should be how much work is done, and not how many days are wasted.

“Voices can be raised, but the dignity of Parliament, Speaker and the Chair should be maintained,” PM Modi reiterated.

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