Badal’s party has previously split from the NDA over agricultural laws. (Photo-PTI)
Farmer Agitation: Sukhbir Badal said, “We have always fought for the rights of farmers and Dalits. We are also helping in the peasant movement, but we are pained that the central government has nothing to do with the suffering of the farmers. ”
SAD chief Badal said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi) should call an emergency parliament session and withdraw these laws. He said that the final decision in democracy is with the people. Badal said, “People have made Narendra Modi the Prime Minister and it is their duty to listen to the voice of the people.” Badal’s party has previously separated from the NDA on agricultural laws. He said that instead of doing so, the Center first “linked the movement with religion and separatists and is now pitting brother against brother”.
Center doesn’t mind farmers’ painBadal said, “We have always fought for the rights of farmers and Dalits. We are also helping in the peasant movement, but we are pained that the central government has nothing to do with the suffering of the farmers. “He has” misused “the income tax department to target the artisans at the center. Also accused. He said, “I warn the Center that the more it tries to suppress the ongoing movement, the stronger it will be.”
Later, after the Shiromani Akadali Dal’s core committee meeting in Chandigarh, Badal said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi should not “abstain” from convening a special session of Parliament to repeal all three laws.
In the meeting, it was decided that the party sub-committee consisting of like-minded parties in the coming days will force the Center to repeal the three laws. In this sub-committee, senior party leaders Balwinder Singh Bhundur, Prem Singh Chandumajra and Sikander Singh Maluka are included.