Winter Session in Farmers ‘Bill: Agriculture Law: Centre’s refutation of winter session, conspiracy to interfere in Pak bid-movement … Discussion was necessary – Grace said discussion on Farmers’ Bill in winter session is important

New Delhi
In the midst of the ongoing peasant movement in Delhi, the government has decided not to convene a winter session of parliament this year. For this, the central government has informed the decision based on the growing issue of corona in Delhi. Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Prahlad Joshi has also said that there will be no winter session this year. However, the Congress said that the government does not want to run the house under any circumstances. This is happening because the government also knows that the issues of the farmers will come with the move of the House. Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary (Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary) also said that Pakistan was also trying to interfere in the peasant movement, so it was necessary to discuss it in the assembly.

Stating that there was no winter session on Tuesday, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi said, “We are now preparing for next year’s budget session.” Talking to media persons, he said, “Many leaders have suggested to me that we should convene the budget session directly. This is also because we all watched the House session recently.

“Then why did the Congress end the September session first?”
Joshi further said, ‘Many people I have spoken to have said that we should go for the budget session in view of the growing Kovid incident in Delhi. Now that Congress is demanding a new session of parliament, I want to ask them why they convened before the session in September and now they are demanding a new session.

Pakistan is trying to intervene
Reacting to the Centre’s decision, Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary said that the issue of farmers was serious. Pakistan is also trying to intervene. With all this in mind, I requested to convene a meeting of Parliament and resolve the issues of the farmers. Chaudhary said, “I don’t think the government wants to run the house under any circumstances.” This is because the issue of farmers will escalate with the move of the House.

The state government and farmers also demanded discussion
I would like to inform you that all the opposition parties, including the Congress, had requested the Center to convene a special sitting of Parliament to discuss the Agriculture Bill and withdraw these laws. This demand of the Congress came in the midst of the peasant movement in Delhi in which thousands of peasants are participating. Many state governments and farmers’ organizations have also demanded that the Center convene a meeting to discuss the bill. However, now that the Center has decided not to hold a winter session, it has come under attack from the opposition.