Farm laws may be dropped before Punjab, Uttar Pradesh polls: Akhilesh Yadav

Lucknow: Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav said that the Modi govt may withdraw the farm laws in view of the upcoming Punjab and Uttar Pradesh elections and later implement them afresh, once elections get over. Slamming the BJP for only serving the corporates, Akhilesh Yadav said the BJP government is committed to serving the industrialists who have already set up silos and other infrastructure because of the farm laws.

Sharing details before media person, Samajwadi Party chief said, “There is a possibility, I am telling you today. Keeping in mind the elections in Punjab and Uttar Pradesh, the 3 farm laws may be recalled and implemented again in a new form after the elections)," Akhilesh told reporters in an informal interaction.

Yadav said the Bharatiya Janata Party government will implement the farm laws afresh after the elections because it is committed to help the corporates who have already spent money on setting up the infrastructure required once the farm laws are implemented. He further said the government may soon "sell" the recently inaugurated airport in Kushinagar and added that it is selling away everything primarily to deprive the benefits like reservation in employment which will not be applicable once the project is taken over by a private entity.

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