Congress chief and former CM of Haryana Bhupinder Singh Hooda. (ANI)
Former Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Tuesday stated the Congress will convey a no-confidence movement towards the state authorities in Budget session of the meeting subsequent month. He stated the celebration may also search modification to the Agricultural Produce Market Committee (APMC) Act so as to add a provision making certain the minimal assist value (MSP) for crops.
We will convey a no-confidence movement after the Governor’s Address within the meeting. The Congress may also convey a non-public member invoice to demand modification to the APMC Act by including assure of the MSP for farmers’ profit, Hooda stated after the assembly at his residence right here. The Budget session of the state meeting is beginning on March 5.
Hooda claimed the voices of dissent are being heard among the many MLAs supporting the federal government. “The no-confidence motion will let people know which MLA stands with the government and which MLA stands with farmers,” he stated.
Hooda informed reporters that the problems to be raised throughout the Budget session have been mentioned on the Congress Legislature Party assembly and stated issues of farmers and unemployment can be highlighted within the Vidhan Sabha. Every part of the society is underneath misery and is going through issues that want quick consideration as the federal government has failed on all fronts. No work is being performed within the state and scams are the one factor that’s taking place within the state, he stated.
The Congress chief stated Calling Attention Motions can be introduced by his celebration to debate liquor and different alleged scams. The Congress may also search solutions from the federal government on the difficulty of rising unemployment and frequent leak of papers in recruitment exams, he stated.
On the continued farmers’ agitation towards Centre’s new farm legal guidelines, Hooda stated the federal government ought to discover a resolution quickly. He stated the federal government mustn’t delay accepting the calls for of farmers.