SP fears BJP will bring back three farm laws after assembly polls | India News – Times of India

LUCKNOW: The Samajwadi Party on Sunday expressed apprehension that the three contentious farm laws will be introduced once more after the 2022 Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, citing the statements made by Rajasthan governor Kalraj Mishra and BJP MP from Unnao Sakshi Maharaj.
The state Congress too slammed the BJP, saying the Centre is on the “backfoot” and that its “intention is malafide”.
Both Mishra and Maharaj instructed reporters on Saturday that the laws may very well be introduced once more, if wanted.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had on Friday introduced that the Centre would repeal the farm laws after the practically 12 months-lengthy agitation by a bit of farmers, largely from Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.
Farmer leaders mentioned the protesters will keep put at border areas of Delhi till the Centre formally repeals the laws in parliament, and indicated that their stir for a statutory assure of minimal help worth (MSP) and withdrawal of the Electricity Amendment Bill will proceed.
In a tweet in Hindi, the Samajwadi Party charged, “It is absolutely clear that their heart is not clean, and after the elections, the bills will be brought again. Occupying the constitutional posts, governor of Rajasthan Kalraj Mishra and BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj have said that the BJP government may bring the bill for farm laws.”
“This is the truth of those tendering false apologies to farmers. The farmers will bring a change in 2022,” the SP mentioned within the tweet.
Upping the ante towards the BJP, common secretary of UP Congress Committee Sharad Misraa instructed PTI, “I am of the view that the Centre is on backfoot, and owing to the strength of the opposition and pressure of the farmers’ protest, the government announced the repealing of the three farm laws.
“It was done unwillingly and the intention is malafide. There is every possibility that something will be done by the government to bring back the farm laws, may be in other forms. But, that will also be strongly opposed,” he said.
Mishra on Saturday said in Bhadohi that efforts were made to make the farmers understand the provisions of the farm laws, and positive aspects, but the farmers were demanding the withdrawal of the three farm laws and were protesting against them. Eventually, the government felt that the laws be withdrawn, and if there was a need to make the laws again, it would be done, he said.
“The farmers had been repeatedly demanding that the farm laws be withdrawn, and it was executed in a really civilised method. It is an efficient step and applicable resolution,” Mishra said.
Speaking to reporters in Unnao on Saturday, BJP MP Maharaj said, “Bills are made and repealed. They will come once more, and will be made once more. It hardly takes any time (payments to bante rehte hai, bigarhte rehte hai…vaapas aajaayenge, dobaaraa ban jaayenge…koi der nahi lagtee hai).
“But, I would thank Modiji that he displayed a big heart, and he chose the nation over the laws. And those whose intentions were wrong, those who had raised slogans of Pakistan zindaabaad and Khalistan zindabad, they have got a befitting reply,” he mentioned.
He additionally categorically said that there isn’t any connection between the announcement of repealing of the farm laws with the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections 2022.
“In the UP 2022 Assembly elections, the BJP will cross the 300 mark in the (403-member) UP Legislative Assembly. In India, there is no substitute of (Prime Minister) Modi and (UP chief minister) Yogi Adityanath. Their magic will stay,” he mentioned.

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