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Arvind Kejriwal tears 3 Farm laws copies in assembly

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday tore three farm laws in the assembly & appealed to the Centre ...
Arvind Kejriwal tears 3 Farm laws copies in assembly

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday tore three farm laws in the assembly & appealed to the Centre not to become worst than Britishers.

During the assembly session to discuss the farmers' protest, Kejriwal also asked the centre "what was the hurry to get the farm laws passed during (the Covid) pandemic".

He said,"What was the hurry to get Farm Laws passed in Parliament during pandemic? It has happened for 1st time that 3 laws were passed without voting in Rajya Sabha...I hereby tear 3 Farm laws in this assembly & appeal Centre not to become worst than Britishers"

He further said,"Every farmer has become Bhagat Singh. Govt is saying that they are reaching out to farmers & trying to explain the benefits of Farm Bills. UP CM told farmers that they'll benefit from these bills as their land won't be taken away. Is it a benefit?"

Delhi Assembly today rejected all 3 Farm laws & have appealed Central government that it should take back these black laws. More than 20 farmers have died during 20 days of protest. On average, one farmer is getting martyred daily in this movement, the minister added.

The farmers have been camping at several border points into Delhi for three weeks, demanding that the new farm laws be repealed as they claim it would benefit the corporates and end the traditional wholesale markets and the minimum support price regime.

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