'Government to abandon agriculture laws in this monsoon session,' Mayawati demands Centre

New Delhi: Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) national president and former Uttar Pradesh CM Mayawati on Friday demanded the Central government to scrap three agricultural laws in the current monsoon session of Parliament. Mayawati has also said that governments should be sensitive and sympathetic instead of being arrogant towards farmers.

 

 

The BSP supremo tweeted on her official Twitter handle on Friday that "Governments should be sensitive and sympathetic towards farmers and not arrogant. But the sad thing is that the farmers have been agitating here for a long time over the repeal of three agricultural laws.'' She said, "Now these farmers have set up 'Parliament' at Jantar Mantar, the Centre should repeal these laws in the current session itself. BSP demands this.''

The protesting farmers, who have been facing severe cold and rain for the past eight months, had reached Jantar Mantar in Delhi on Thursday demanding withdrawal of the three agricultural laws. The monsoon session is going on in Parliament, not far from where. Farmers have demanded the repeal of all the three agricultural laws brought by the Central Government.

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