Within the sight of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Rajya Sabha, the resistance chief Ghulam Nabi Azad requested the withdrawal of every one of the three horticultural laws. Azad said that we don’t need to battle the ranchers, they are our siblings. He said that when the Agriculture Bill came in the Rajya Sabha, it would not have been shipped off the Select Committee or Standing Committee.
Azad said that whatever the Congress and all gatherings of the resistance censure at the Red Fort on 26 January. This occurrence is against majority rule government and isn’t directly according to the perspective of peace. The affront to our public banner is profoundly unforgivable. The individuals who do this ought to be rebuffed harshly.
Simultaneously, the public authority ought to likewise search for the missing individuals after January 26 to see where they have gone. Simultaneously, the individuals who are honest ought not be attempted to ensnare the worker chiefs, or probably there will be another development.
The Leader of the Opposition said that the ranchers have been battling since the British time and each time they have constrained the system to kneel. He alluded to the mainstream melody Pagdi Handle Jatta Turban Handle, refering to the Punjab development during the 1900s.
We can’t arrive at any resolution by battling the ranchers, which is the greatest strength of the country. He said that in the event that you need to battle, at that point battle with China, Pakistan, and Coronavirus. He paid regard to the 20 warriors who were martyred in the Galvan Valley by recalling the jawans remaining on the boundaries of the country by reciting the trademark Jai Jawan-Jai Kisan.