There has been a demand to bring a resolution against the Agriculture Ordinance of the Center in West Bengal amidst widespread opposition to the Agricultural Bills. P. In Bengal, the CPM and Congress said on Thursday that West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee should convene a special session of the state assembly to discuss the ‘anti-farmer and anti-labor’ bills passed by Parliament.
Leader of Opposition Abdul Mannan and Left Legislature Party leader Sujan Chakraborty said in a joint letter to the Chief Minister that we are ready to support any proposal brought by TMC in the Assembly in this regard. Demand to bring proposal against Center
Everyone wrote in the letter that they are ready to be a part of any resolution brought by the Trinamool Congress in the Assembly on these issues in the public interest. The letter said that in the present circumstances it is necessary to accept any proposal immediately against the destructive steps of the Central Government.
‘Anti-farmer bill is dangerous for the country’
The letter said, “The way anti-farmer and anti-labor bills were passed during the monsoon session in Parliament is unparliamentary, undemocratic and extremely dangerous for the country.” The letter has demanded that the Chief Minister should convene a special session of the State Legislative Assembly to discuss the Bills passed by Parliament.