New Delhi (folklore). Members of Congress and other opposition parties walked out of the House today seeking revocation of the suspension order of eight Rajya Sabha MPs and amendments to the recently passed agrarian reform bill, although the ruling party said it would vote for existing marriages. Not stubborn to keep out.
Leader of the Opposition in Parliament Ghulam Nabi Azad said the government should amend the recently passed agricultural bills so that private companies cannot buy from farmers below the Minimum Support Price (MSP). Also, the decision should be taken as per the recommendation of the MCC Swaminathan Committee and it should also be ensured that the State Government and the Food Corporation of India also do not buy at a lower price than the MSP.
The Congress leader said the party demanded that the suspended eight-member suspension order be withdrawn from the House. He said his party was leaving the house because it had not received any assurances. Members of the Congress, Trinamool Congress, Aam Aadmi Party, CPI and CPI then walked out of the House.
Samajwadi Party’s Ram Gopal Yadav, DMK’s Tiruchi Shiv, TRS’s K Keshab Rao and NCP’s Praful Patel also demanded suspension of the suspended members and members of these parties also walked out of the House due to lack of reassurance.
It is noteworthy that these eight MPs have been protesting in front of the Gandhi statue in the Parliament complex since Monday afternoon and almost all the members of the Opposition have expressed solidarity with them.
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