Akhilesh Yadav calls Agriculture Bills exploitative bill

Sep 18 2020 03:52 PM
Akhilesh Yadav calls Agriculture Bills exploitative bill

Lucknow: You may know that there is a hue and cry about the agriculture bills. Many people are opposing it. Apart from farmers, opposition parties are also attacking the central government. Now, in this order, Samajwadi Party national president Akhilesh Yadav has also taken over the government on the issue. In fact, he has termed it as an exploitative bill to mortgage farming at the hands of the rich.

You can see that Akhilesh tweeted today, on Friday, "The BJP government has brought an exploitative bill to pledge farming to the rich. It is a conspiracy to break the farm weir and also the gradual elimination of mandis which ensure minimum support price (MSP). In future, the farmers will also lose their fair price for their produce and become labourers on their own land. ' While you can see, state Congress president Ajay Kumar Lallu said, "One is the farmers ' suicides, this Agriculture Amendment Bill is a guarantee of wastage of farmers. The government has a black move to bring a capitalist system on the pretext of this bill. The government wants to make a legal arrangement to abolish the MSP system. We are with the farmers, the battle will fight till the last. '

Earlier, BSP supremo Mayawati had also targeted the central government and said, "Two bills relating to farmers in Parliament, without removing all their doubts, have been passed yesterday. The BSP does not agree with that at all. What does the farmer of the entire country want? It would be better if the central government definitely concentrates on this side. Apart from all this, former state government minister and Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party president Om Prakash Rajhar also spoke about it.

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