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Bengal Assembly Passes Resolution Demanding Retirement of New Farm Laws | India News


CALCUTTA: The West Bengal assembly passed a resolution on Thursday against the three controversial agricultural laws enacted by the Center and demanded that they be withdrawn immediately.
The resolution was proposed by the minister of parliamentary affairs, Partha Chatterjee.
While speaking about the resolution, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said the Center should withdraw the new laws or resign.
The CPM and Congress supported the resolution, but demanded that the state government withdraw similar laws it had passed a few years ago.
The assembly witnessed rebellious scenes the morning after Chatterjee moved the resolution, with BJP MLAs led by their legislative party leader Manoj Tigga running to the House Well, claiming that the TMC government had launched a “disinformation campaign. “against the laws.
Tigga, along with his party members, came out shouting “Jai Shri Ram” slogans.

Times of India