Today marks the start of the second day of Parliament’s 25-day Winter Session.
The opposition demanded that the Farm Laws Repeal Bill be discussed in order to guarantee farmers some of their other demands, which go beyond the repeal of the three farm laws. The Winter Session of Parliament began on Monday amid protests and sloganeering by the opposition, who wanted discussion around the Farm Laws Repeal Bill in order to guarantee farmers some of their other demands, which go beyond the repeal of the three farm laws.
However, because the 25-day session opened with 36 legislative bills on the table, the Lok Sabha quickly passed the Farm Laws Repeal Bill shortly after the Winter Session began, bypassing the opposition’s request for a debate.
Farmers from Punjab yesterday urged the Centre to act on their other requests, including a legislative guarantee of a minimum support price for crops, in today’s session, hailing the repeal of the farm rules as a win.
Other bills, including the crucial Cryptocurrency and Regulation of Official Digital Currency Bill, the Insolvency and Bankruptcy (Second Amendment) Bill, and the Electricity (Amendment) Bill, are expected to be passed during the remainder of the 25-day Winter Session, which will be held over 19 sittings. In addition to the 36 legislative bills, the session is anticipated to introduce one finance law.
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