Rajasthan Governor Kalraj Mishra has said a great deal about the agricultural laws. Talking to the media in Bhadohi, he said that if there is a need for farming laws in the future, then laws will be made again. The farmers’ organizations, who are continuously agitating, are also apprehensive about this, so they say that the agitation will continue until the Parliament approves the law.
Will make law again if needed: Kalraj Mishra.
The Governor of Rajasthan spoke to the media in Bhadohi. During this, Governor Kalraj Mishra praised the decision of the Central Government to withdraw the law. At the same time, he also said,
Agricultural law was in the interest of the farmers. The government constantly tried to convince the farmers. Still, the farmers were agitated and were adamant that all three laws should be withdrawn.
In the end, the government felt that the law should be withdrawn. “Then, if there is a need to make a law in this regard, it will be made again. For the time being, it is being withdrawn.
What did Sakshi Maharaj say?
Before Kalraj Mishra, BJP MP from Unnao Sakshi Maharaj also made a similar statement. On Saturday, journalists asked Sakshi Maharaj whether the agriculture laws had been withdrawn because of the fear of losing the BJP in the coming assembly elections. On this, Sakshi Maharaj, while making an issue of Pakistan and Khalistan in the Kisan Aandolan, said,
“BJP crosses 300 in 2022 in UP. This bill has nothing to do with elections. And in the alliance of the so-called farmers, slogans like Pakistan Zindabad and Khalistan Zindabad were being raised in their minds. First nation for Modi Ji and BJP. Bills keep getting made, keep getting worse, they will come back, it doesn’t take long”.
Sakshi Maharaj also said that Modi Ji had shown a big heart by taking back this law. At the same time, BJP MP from Farrukhabad Mukesh Rajput expressed his displeasure over the withdrawal of agricultural laws. He demanded from the Prime Minister that these laws should be simplified and implemented again.
The law will be withdrawn in this session.
On Friday, PM Modi announced withdrawing the law, but it is yet to be officially withdrawn. According to Spot News 18 sources, a meeting of the Union Cabinet will be held on Wednesday, November 24, where the proposal for the withdrawal of agricultural’ laws can be approved. The winter session of Parliament begins at the end of this month where the bill of withdrawal of law will be introduced.
In his address to the nation on Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the withdrawal of all three agricultural laws. PM Modi had said that his government could not understand this law to the farmers, so they are being withdrawn.
After this decision of Prime Minister Modi, while farmers’ organizations and opposition parties are questioning the government’s intention, some BJP leaders are talking about bringing back these laws.