- The Chief Minister was talking to the news agency about the agrarian reform bill passed in the Lok Sabha on Thursday.
- Bhupesh Baghel said - Government is reversing the rules made by the old leaders in the interest of farmers
Opposition to the agrarian reform bill passed a day earlier in the Lok Sabha has intensified. While the government's allies are standing against it. At the same time, the opposition has also burnt the antagonist. Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has described this bill as terrible for farmers. He was talking to the news agency about the bill on Friday.
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel said that since the passage of the bill, there has been a reason for farmers' demonstrations in various states. Soon farmers across the country will protest on the streets. So far it has started from Punjab and Haryana. He alleged that the new central government bill is encouraging private markets to come forward.
This bill will give control to multinational companies
Chief Minister Baghel said that the central government has removed the limit of grain storage. This bill will allow multinationals to work in the agricultural sector, giving them control. Said that agricultural reform bill is terrible for farmers. They (center) are reversing all the steps taken by the former leaders years ago for the betterment of the farmers. The future of farmers is not good and it is not in favor of the country.
Center said- License Raj will end, farmers will be free to sell produce
Lok Sabha passed two bills related to improvement in agricultural marketing on Thursday by Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar. It said that this law would abolish the license raj and farmers would be free to sell agricultural produce as per their choice. This bill will now be introduced in Rajya Sabha. Earlier, Harsimrat Kaur Badal resigned from the cabinet to protest against the bill.