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Congress and AKali MPs have interaction in high-drama verbal spat over farm legal guidelines

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Congress and AKali MPs engage in high-drama verbal spat over farm laws

On August 4, Shiromani Akali Dal chief Harsimrat Kaur Badal and Congress chief Ravneet Singh Bittu had a face-off exterior Parliament constructing over the three Farm Laws that have been enacted in September 2020. In a video shared by News company ANI, Bittu was seen blaming Kaur for supporting central authorities over the payments whereas she was a union minister.
#WATCH | Delhi: A verbal spat broke out between Shiromani Akali Dal MP Harsimrat Kaur Badal and Congress MP Ravneet Singh Bittu over Central Government’s three Farm Laws.— ANI (@ANI) August 4, 2021
The spat between the 2 leaders began when Bittu observed Kaur staging protests in opposition to the three Agriculture legal guidelines. He approached her and known as her out for her alleged “fake protest”. He mentioned when the payments have been handed within the Parliament in September 2020, Kaur was a union minister. She, together with different leaders from the Badal household, didn’t do something to cease the legal guidelines. He mentioned, “For two months, your party was supporting the laws. Why are you faking a protest now.”
The argument over Badal’s resignation
During the spat, Bittu saved claiming that Kaur resigned from her submit solely after the payments have been handed within the Parliament. Notably, she had introduced her retirement just a few hours after the payments have been handed in Lok Sabha. The Agriculture Bills have been handed by the Rajya Sabha on September 20, 2020, three days after they have been handed in Lok Sabha.
While denying the allegations raised by Bittu, Kaur mentioned that Congress Party’s Rahul Gandhi was not current within the Parliament when the legal guidelines have been handed. She additional added that the Congress Party helped within the passage of the payments in Lok Sabha by strolling out in the course of the dialogue. Meanwhile, Kaur saved elevating slogans urging the federal government to take again the Agriculture legal guidelines.
The query over absence of Sukhbir Badal
Bittu questioned the absence of Akali MP Sukhbir Singh Badal from the Parliament. He mentioned for 2 months, Sukhbir Singh Badal saved talking in favour of the Agriculture legal guidelines. “Even now, he is absent from the Parliament. Ask them where is Akali president Sukhbir Singh Badal? Why has he not come to Parliament for five days? He is doing press conferences in Punjab,” he mentioned and walked into the Parliament.
Kaur’s protest in opposition to Agriculture legal guidelines
For the previous couple of days, Harsimrat Kaur has been staging a protest exterior Parliament urging opposition leaders to affix her quest to pressure the federal government to repeal the farm legal guidelines. On July 31, she had given an announcement that she had approached leaders from Congress, TMC, and DMK to assist her elevating voice in opposition to the legal guidelines, however nobody paid heed to her request. “I approached leaders from Congress, TMC & DMK to raise issues together. But it is sad that no one has bothered to show up today. Till the time the opposition will not unite, the government will continue to benefit,” she mentioned.
Delhi | I approached leaders from Congress, TMC & DMK to lift points collectively. But it’s unhappy that nobody has bothered to indicate up at this time. Till the time the opposition is not going to unite, the federal government will proceed to profit: Harsimrat Kaur, chief, Shiromani Akali Dal chief— ANI (@ANI) July 31, 2021
Kaur had given the assertion after assembly President Ram Nath Kovind over the legal guidelines. As per the stories, she had led a delegation of SAD, together with members of Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), and Jammu & Kashmir National Conference (JKNC)  and submitted a memorandum to the President requesting him to take motion within the matter.