Senior Congress leader Bhupendra Singh Hooda on Monday asked Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Lal Khattar to convince the Center to withdraw the new agricultural laws instead of organizing an event like Karnal. In response to a question, the former Chief Minister said that in Haryana The Congress will bring a no-confidence motion against the BJP-JJP government. The agitating farmers vandalized the site of ‘Kisan Mahapanchayat’ in Kaimla village of Karnal on Sunday where Khattar was about to show the “benefit” of the three controversial central agricultural laws.
Hooda told reporters here, “Instead of holding such a meeting (mahapanchayat in Karnal), he (Khattar) should go to Delhi and persuade the central government and tell them that these laws are not in the interest of farmers.” The former chief minister told the BJP-led state government that he avoided any dispute with farmers who are agitating against agricultural laws. He said, “There is no place for ego in politics. The government should avoid controversy and not say anything that would provoke people. ”Hooda said that the farmers’ protest against the agricultural laws is peaceful.
On INLD MLA Abhay Singh Chautala writing a letter to the Speaker of the Haryana Legislative Assembly demanding withdrawal of agricultural laws, the former Chief Minister said that the Congress will bring a no-confidence motion against the BJP-JJP government in the state. He said, “If he (Chautala) resigns, he will cooperate with the government.” On Monday, Chautala wrote a letter to the Haryana Assembly Speaker saying that if the Center does not withdraw its three agricultural laws by January 26, then this letter Should be considered my resignation as an MLA from the Assembly.
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