The Tamil Nadu M.K. Stalin on Saturday moved a resolution in the legislative Assembly of Tamil Nadu that urged the Central government to repeal the three farm laws. While opposing the resolution the representatives of AIADMK and BJP walked out of the house. CM Stalin also announced that all the cases against the farmers association and political parties over farm bill protests are going to be withdrawn.
According to the resolution, the three Farmers laws are
“not suitable” for agricultural development and farmers’ welfare. It therefore urged the Centre to repeal them.
Chief Minister Stalin in his argument said that “The Union government arbitrarily enacting laws for a department under the State government even without consulting any of the States is against federal principles. Hence, these laws have to be rejected,”
AIADMK leader and former agriculture minister K.P. Anbalagan in his statement said that the Three Firm laws also have pro farmers point. Mr Anbalagan also added that the State government should send a delegation of legislators to the Prime Minister to urge against provisions that may be against the interest of farmers.