The Chairman of the Punjab Minister Amarinder Singh said on Thursday that his government would move the Supreme Court if the bill passed by the State Assembly did not accept the president’s assistant. Punjab Punjab issued a bill against three Central Agriculture Law last month.
“Unfortunately, the governor was still sitting in instead of continuing it for the approval of the President, even though Vidhan Sabha was unanimously through the bill, with all parties to choose them,” Singh said.
This center must memo three agricultural laws,
sit with farmers and make new laws in their place, said the minister’s head while handling Mediodperson at the completion of his four-year government.
“I failed to understand why the central government tried to solve a long-age relationship between farmers and Afriyas,” Singh said added that the new law was not improvement in the existing system and would destroy the agricultural sector.
Ahrtiyas is a commissioning agent who helps farmers sell their crops to buyers.
Ahrtiyas facilitates transactions between farmers and buyers – buyers can become personal, companies or companies or cooperative communities or government institutions or even to public enterprises, public agencies or companies – and receive commissions to facilitate the following transactions that they pay farmers for their plants.
Punjab became the first country in the country to pass four bills and resolutions to the Central Act in October last year. The Amarinder Government Singh said that this amendment would protect the interests of the farmers of the country, which was worried that the Central Act would seize them from fixed minimum support prices (MSP) for their products and put them at the mercy of a large corporate house.
Because state laws contrary to Central Law, which has been signed by President of RAM Nath Kovind, they will need the president’s approval to be applied.
In February this year,
Singh said that his government would bring the amendment bill to negate the three central agriculture laws in Vidhan Sabha since the governor failed to send a previous bill to President Ram Nath Kovind.
Earlier this month, the Government of Congress in Punjab issued a resolution during the state assemblies budget session, demanding the withdrawal of three unconditional agricultural laws by the center.