The monsoon session of Parliament is going to start from July 19.
farmers protest The United Farmers Front (SKM) on Sunday said that a group of around 200 farmers will protest in front of Parliament every day against the three agriculture laws of the Centre, during the monsoon session. More than 40 farmer organizations, under the leadership of the United Kisan Morcha, have been protesting against the agricultural laws for the past several months. The SKM told a press conference that two days before the start of the session, a “warning letter” would be given to all opposition MPs to oppose the laws inside the House. Also Read – Monsoon Session 2021: Monsoon Session of Parliament will start from July 19 and will run till August 13, there will be a total of 19 sittings
Farmer leader Balbir Singh Rajewal said, “We will also ask the opposition MPs to raise the issue every day inside the House on July 17, while we will sit outside in protest. We will ask them not to benefit the Center by walking out of Parliament. Don’t let the session go on till the government resolves this issue. Also Read – Central government agreed with Sharad Pawar’s words on agricultural laws, Agriculture Minister said – we are ready
The monsoon session of Parliament is going to start from July 19. Rajewal said, “We will continue to protest outside Parliament until they hear our demands.” He said that five people from each farmer organization would be taken to join the protest. Also Read – ‘Government will not repeal agricultural laws’, Agriculture Minister said – ready to discuss provisions with farmers
The United Kisan Morcha also called for a nationwide protest on July 8 against the rising prices of petrol, diesel and LPG cylinders. The Morcha asked people to come out on state and national highways from 10 am to 12 noon and park their vehicles there.
“Whatever vehicle you have, tractor, trolley, car, scooter, bus, bring it to the nearest state or national highway and park it there. But do not create traffic jams. ”He also asked to bring LPG cylinders in protest.