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Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman Harivansh walked over to suspended MPs and offer them tea today’s morning.

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The massive chaos was suspended yesterday by 8 opposition members of the Rajya Sabha after the controversial agriculture bill was passed on Sunday. And spent the night on the lawn complex of Parliament and it was announced that he was on indefinitely protest and not only he refused to leave the Rajya Sabha yesterday due to which Rajya Sabha was stopped five times yesterday.

Indian Parliament Annexe Building fire is under Control, But 6th floor Damaged

Trinamool members of Congress, including Derek O’Brien, Aam Aadmi’s Sanjay Singh, Congressman Rajiv Satav, and CPMs member KK Rajesh, left the Government House to protest on the lawn of Parliament near the statue of Mahatma Gandhi. They are scattered there. He raised a banner with the slogan “We will fight for the peasants,” “Parliament is killed.”

This morning, Harivansh, vice president of the State Council, went with the tea and served it in a glass, but they rejected the “tea diplomacy” and called it “anti-farmer.” Prime Minister Narendra Modi strongly supported Harivanshi. The lonely tea ceremony for those who beat and insulted him a few days ago and the people of Darna show that Sri Harivansh Ji has been blessed with a humble mind and a big heart. It shows his greatness. I agree with the people. Congratulations to Harivansh G of India. “Prime Minister Modi tweeted.

“Until the Modi government approves these bills without receiving the necessary legal proposals, we will oppose the farmers’ bill,” said AAP member Sanjay Singh.
Opposition lawmakers have accused the government of failing to follow the democratic process and helping to transfer farmers’ payments to the state assembly on Sunday. Mr. Harivansh refused to send the bill to a committee elected for review and even extended the debate until Monday. The law was passed after the president refused to allow the opposition to vote in person.

“I am saddened by what happened yesterday. It is illogical. This is a bad day for the state assembly,” said Venkaiah Naidu, chairman of the provincial assembly, suspending the eight-member mandate. Stakeholders said members would never be allowed to defend themselves. Mr. Naidu said members had physically threatened and harassed his assistant. The securities previously paid to Lok Sabha will go to the President for signing before they become law.

The government claims that the lawsuit will allow farmers to sell their crops directly to larger buyers, reform old laws, and eliminate intermediaries from the equation for corporate buyers and large retailers. Opposition groups say farmers will lose the power to negotiate if retailers can control them. The parties believe that the proposed laws will destroy the wholesale market, which guarantees fair and timely payments to farmers, weaken state-owned enterprises compared to large enterprises, and attack the country’s overall economy.