Farmers Protest: Kerala assembly passed resolution against farm laws

Kochi, 31/12(AO Bureau) : There is a  huge protest against the new agricultural laws in the country. Farmers have been camping at the Delhi border for more than a month in protest against three new agricultural laws brought by the central government. Meanwhile, a resolution has now been passed by the Government of Kerala against the Central Agricultural Laws. This proposal states that the real concerns of farmers should be removed and the Center should withdraw all three agricultural laws.

New agricultural laws are being opposed by the farmers. At the same time, many political parties are also opposing these laws. Meanwhile, in the Kerala Legislative Assembly, a resolution has been passed against three controversial central agricultural laws with the support of MLAs of both LDF and UDF parties. Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan discussed the issue of farmers only in a special one-hour session and passed a resolution in the assembly. Farmers have been protesting against these laws on the Delhi border for the last one month and are not taking the name of the last withdrawal.

During this, BJP MLA Olanchery Rajagopal opposed the proposal. However, it is not clear whether he voted against it or not. Seeking to repeal the new laws immediately, while advancing the proposal, CM Vijayan said that the country is now witnessing to the protests being carried out through farmers.

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