- Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal torn copies of agricultural laws of center in assembly
- Kejriwal appealed to the Center not to make it worse than the British, immediately withdraw the ‘black law’
- Arvind Kejriwal said that the Center should advocate farmers, not ‘brokers’
Delhi’s Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday launched a scathing attack on the Center amid farmers’ agitation against agricultural laws. In the assembly, they tore off copies of all three agricultural laws. Kejriwal appealed to the Center to withdraw the ‘black laws’ and said that the government should not be worse than the British. The British had withdrawn the bills in 9 months.
Arvind Kejriwal said that even the BJP people do not know the benefits of laws. He said, ‘We have fed opium to all the BJPmen, and after feeding poppy, they have said that, take it, say it. Today I heard the entire speech of Yogi Adityanath, he does not even know what is the use of it.
I tell the central government that you also become a lawyer for the farmers. The farmer is the provider of this country. If you do not advocate him, what will the brokers do?
Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister, Delhi
The Chief Minister of Delhi said that the central government should advocate farmers, not brokers. He said, ‘Today was the case in the Supreme Court, it was also yesterday. Our lawyer stood in the Supreme Court and said that the demands of the farmers are valid. Demands should be met. The case was that because the farmers are sitting on the Delhi border, there is a problem of traffic. Our lawyer said that the central government is responsible for this. Today, if the central government agrees to their demand, then the picket will arise. On this, the lawyer of the central government said that the lawyer of the Delhi government remains the advocate of the farmers. I tell the central government that you also become a lawyer for the farmers. The farmer is the provider of this country. If you do not advocate him, what will the brokers do?
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Accusing the Center of hastily passing agricultural laws, Kejriwal said, “Why was ordinance passed in the Corona era?” Was it too early? It may have been for the first time in the history of 70 years that 3 laws were passed without voting in the Rajya Sabha. The Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman passed it by saying pass-by-pass. I am tearing these three laws in front of the House … I appeal to the Center not to make it worse than the British. ‘
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The Chief Minister of Delhi said, ‘Every farmer is Bhagat Singh. The government is saying that it is going to the farmers and trying to convince them the benefits of agricultural laws. The CM of UP is telling the farmers that these laws will benefit them because their land is not being taken away. Is this an advantage? ‘