Punjab Assembly’s Special Session resumes, CM to introduce Bill against farm laws 2020

Punjab Assembly's Special Session resumes, CM to introduce farm-related Bill against farm laws

Punjab Vidhan Sabha Special Session: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh is all set to introduce the farm-related Bill in Punjab to counter the Centre’s farm laws 2020 as the House resumed at 10 am on Tuesday.

As per the report, the Punjab government led by Captain Amarinder Singh has decided to toughen its stand by adopting farm-related Bill in Punjab to counter the farm laws 2020.

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Earlier on Monday, the high voltage drama was witnessed outside the Punjab Vidhan Sabha as the Shiromani Akali Dal MLAs-led by Bikram Majithia tried to enter in on tractors.

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Meanwhile, the SAD MLA Gurpartap Singh Wadala said that the state government made a joke of farmers by not introducing the bill to counter farm laws 2020 during the Punjab Vidhan Sabha’s Special Session on Monday.

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On Monday, the finance minister Manpreet Singh Badal said that the state government was consulting constitutional experts over the issue of legislation to counter new farm laws and added copies of various Bills to be tabled during the session. He had also said that the copies will be given to the opposition parties by the evening.

Punjab Vidhan Sabha special session on agriculture laws

However, the Leader of Opposition and AAP leader Harpal Singh Cheema said that the party would continue the protest as they were yet to get copies of this and other Bills to be tabled during the special session.

educareLikewise, a delegation of the Shiromani Akali Dal met Speaker Rana KP Singh in the evening and objected to not getting copies of the Bills. The SAD leaders also termed it as a “murder of democracy”.

-PTC News