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Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda asked the Government to Repeal the Agriculture Reforms

Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda asked the Government to Repeal the Agriculture Reforms

The government should convene a Parliament session to discuss reforms in our country’s agricultural and marketing sector.

The Senior Congress leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda said that the Minimum Support Price mechanism needs to be involved in the law.

The Congress party leader said that the laws which are enacted by the Central Government are not against the welfare of the farm sector reforms.
The Former Chief Minister of Haryana said that the government should discuss the agriculture farm laws with the farmers and help them for now.


He said this after farmers called the Bharat Bandh on Tuesday to express their agitation for the farm laws. He also added that the Minimum Support Price mechanism needs to be involved in the law because it will help the farmers protect farmers’ interests and benefit them.


The Senior Congress leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda said that the government should make some changes for the farmers.
He said the center enacted the farm laws without any discussion with farmers. The farmers are protesting and that the government enacted them because the coronavirus raged across India.
The government must repeal the three farm laws and accept farmers’ demands, or if they are introducing any new law, they should first discuss it with the farmers.


He also said that the people of the nation are not happy with the government’s laws, and now the government should repeal the laws, and there should be a change in the laws for farmers.

The government should convene a Parliament session to discuss reforms in our country’s agricultural and marketing sector.

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