All three agricultural laws were repealed, President Ram Nath Kovind stamped
President Ram Nath Kovind has given his final seal on the Agricultural Law Return Bill. With this, all three agricultural laws have now been formally repealed. Earlier, on the very first day of the winter session i.e. on November 29, both the Houses of Parliament, the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha, had passed all three agricultural law withdrawal bills. In protest against these bills, farmers have camped on the borders of the capital Delhi for a year.
The Agricultural Laws Repeal Bill was passed in the Lok Sabha on Monday, after which it was also passed by the Rajya Sabha. The Bills were passed by voice vote amid a huge uproar by the Members of Parliament. On the withdrawal of the bills, the opposition said that the government has taken this step to avoid losses in the coming assembly elections in five states, while Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said in his statement that the government should convince farmers about agricultural laws. I could not succeed, so the PM showed nobility to withdraw the law.
On the other hand, the meeting of 40 farmers’ organizations to be held on the Singhu border on Wednesday was cancelled. Many organizations of United Kisan Morcha tried to distance themselves from this meeting. It is being told that the meeting of the United Kisan Morcha will be held on December 4, in which the final decision will be taken on whether to end the movement or not.In fact, open differences have come to the fore in the farmers’ organizations regarding the return of the ongoing movement on the Delhi border after the withdrawal of the agricultural law. One section of the farmers is in the mood to return, while the other section is demanding the government to give a guarantee on MSP.