New Delhi: The withdrawal of all the three agricultural laws was also sealed by Parliament today after PM Narendra Modi's announcement. The opposition was adamant on the demand for a discussion on the Bill for withdrawal of agricultural laws, but the government was not ready for discussion. The bill to return agricultural laws was passed by the House of the People (Lok Sabha) and the Council of States (Rajya Sabha) amid uproar from the opposition. Now all three laws will be repealed as soon as the president approves it.
The opposition was adamant on its demand to discuss the issue, but sources said the government was not ready to discuss it because it said that when PM Modi himself had apologised, announced the bill withdrawal, then what was the discussion. PM Modi said ahead of the Parliament session that this session of Parliament is very important. The country is celebrating the Nectar Festival of Independence. On the occasion of this Amrut Mahotsav of independence from all four directions in the country, a number of programmes are being organized, steps are being taken, and the common citizens are also trying to fulfil the dreams of the freedom fighters for the sake of the Amrut Mahotsav of this independence. This news in itself augurs well for the future of India.
PM Modi said that in the recent past, the entire country has made a resolution on the responsibility of the Constitution Day to fulfil the spirit of the Constitution with a new resolution. In view of all this, we would like and the country would like this session of The Parliament of India and the coming session to be followed by discussions in Parliament in line with the sentiments of the freedom fighters, the spirit of the Amrut Mahotsav of freedom, the ways for the progress of the country and for that this session is very rich in ideas, Those who create far-reaching effects become positive decision-makers.