Lok Sabha clears one among three farm Bills, SAD says wasn’t consulted


Vibha Sharma

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, September 15

The Lok Sabha right this moment cleared the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill, 2020, amid sturdy objection from Opposition MPs, who termed the transfer “anti-farmer and pro-hoarder and pro-corporate”.

In a shock transfer, BJP ally Shiromani Akali Dal stated it was “not consulted” earlier than introducing the three contentious farm ordinances. Party president Sukhbir Badal stated when the Centre introduced the ordinances in June, his get together’s consultant within the Union Cabinet had “expressed reservations”.

Will transfer court docket: Capt

The state Congress will problem the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act, 2020. Riding roughshod over farmers’ issues, the federal government has imposed a Central regulation on a state topic, thus eroding the federal construction of the nation.— Capt Amarinder Singh, Punjab CM

“These ordinances should not have been brought without discussions and allaying the fears of the farming community,” he stated, invoking the contribution of his father Parkash Singh Badal as a farmer chief to press his declare.

Sukhbir stated: “Before bringing the ordinances, events and teams representing farmers ought to have been consulted. In the previous two months, I’ve talked to many farmer organisations and listened to their issues over the matter.”

He stated the ordinances would have an effect on farmers in Punjab and Haryana the place the mandi system existed. “I don’t know about others, but our concerns have not been addressed,” he stated, urging the Union Government to rethink the matter.

Sukhbir’s assertion was ridiculed by AAP’s Sangrur MP Bhagwant Mann, who stated: “I am surprised he (Sukhbir) is objecting to the Bills, while his wife is occupying a ministerial berth at the Centre. They (Akalis) should have sacrificed the ministry if they were against the Bills.”

In his reply, Minister of State for Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution Raosaheb Patil Danve claimed that the laws would assist farmers progress. He stated the amendments to the Essential Commodities Act have been made in accordance with suggestions of the high-level committee, of which states like Punjab and Haryana have been a component. “Before bringing the ordinances a high-power committee of chief ministers of states like Punjab, Odisha, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Arunachal Pradesh was formed,” he stated, including that Punjab was represented by its agriculture minister.



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