AAP’s state president and MP Bhagwant Mann has strongly objected to Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar calling the farmers’ movement and Kisan Sansad absurd. Bhagwant Mann said that the dictatorial genie has entered among the central leaders who make such frivolous and absurd statements. Those who themselves are trying unsuccessfully to prove others wrong by making absurd statements.
In a statement issued from the party headquarters Chandigarh today, Bhagwant Mann said, “The reality is that the anti-agriculture black laws being imposed in the name of agriculture amendment are absurd, which the farmers have not even demanded.” Bhagwant Mann said that When the anti-farmer laws framed by the corporate houses will be forcibly imposed on the Annadata, it is natural to protest against the farmers-labourers and all the sections dependent on agriculture. If the opposition is opposed with a democratic way, the government is a dictatorship. If we do not stop trying to unheard or crush with air, then the farmers’ parliament or movement will not be limited to Delhi, but will spread throughout the country.
Therefore, the Modi government should abandon its absurd insistence and repeal all the three anti-agriculture laws. Bhagwant Mann said that the Aam Aadmi Party has stood against these three agricultural laws from the time of drafting (drafting) of these black laws bill and will remain firm till these laws are not repealed.
Mann told that during the monsoon session, he does not leave any opportunity to protest against these agricultural laws outside or inside the Parliament House, all the ruling MPs and ministers including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar. Bhagwant Mann told that during the monsoon session, he has presented ‘Stop Work Motion’ in Parliament for 4 consecutive times, so that the government should put all parliamentary business aside and talk only about agricultural laws and to repeal them by Parliament. But the Modi government has become so stone-hearted that it does not see the farmers sitting in the movement for 8 months and their hundreds of sacrifices.