Farmer’s Ordinance Attacks Farmer’s Interests: Captain
Chandigarh Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh has termed the agriculture-related bills in the Lok Sabha as a direct and deliberate attack on the interests of farmers at the Center. He also said that the necessary item (amendment) law passed in the Lok Sabha should be challenged in court.
Captain Singh, in response to the bills raised in the Lok Sabha, said that the central government, which includes the Shiromani Akali Dal, has completely ignored the concerns of the farmers and enacted central legislation on state-related issues, giving the federal structure a push. That we will challenge this law in court. He said that Congress would not allow the interests of the farmers to be aggravated at any cost. He said the law was a direct step towards ending the Minimum Support Price (MSP) system. He declared that the Congress party would fight on the cross against attacks on the interests of the state.
The Chief Minister said that the law would increase the spirit of competition among the farmers. But will poor farmers who face daily challenges for their livelihood be able to compete with the big corporate houses to protect their interests? He said the bill had been introduced in the Lok Sabha by the central government along with the remaining two agriculture ordinances, on the recommendation of the Shant Kumar Committee, which had suggested abolishing the MSP system.
He also slammed SAD president Sukhbir Badal that he was present at the meeting after the bill was passed by voice but failed to protect the interests of the peasants that his party claimed to be the Messiah. He alleged that Badal and the Akali Dal were directly involved in the conspiracy of the central government, which passed the bill and paved the way for snatching the rights of farmers who have been providing food to farmers for years and coming with food security. Confirmed.
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