Congress MPs From Punjab Express Solidarity With Farmers, Wear Black Robes During Budget Speech In Parliament

 During the introduction of the Union Budget, Congress MPs from Punjab, Gurjeet Singh Aujla, Jasbir Singh Gill and Ravneet Singh Bittu, on Monday wore dark robes in Lok Sabha to communicate fortitude with challenging the three ranch laws. 

The three MPs on Monday initially fought outside Mahatma Gandhi's sculpture in Parliament house unpredictable and raised trademarks against the public authority, claiming that it is "hostile to rancher" and isn't tuning in to the voice of ranchers. 

The three MPs from Punjab have been perched on a dharna at Jantar Mantar here for a very long time presently requesting the nullification of the three homestead laws. 

"We wore dark garments during the spending introduction as a characteristic of fortitude with the challenging the 'counter rancher' demeanor of this administration which isn't revoking the homestead laws as requested by the ranchers," Gill told PTI. 

Different trademarks were composed on the dark robes donned by the three MPs like 'ranch laws answerable for death of ranchers, ought to be revoked', 'dark laws ought to be rejected' and 'I'm a rancher, I am a homestead work, kindly don't misdirect me'. 

Gill said since the spending introduction was an established capacity, they didn't make any aggravation when Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman introduced the Union Budget for 20021-22. 

The three Congress MPs additionally met previous Congress president Rahul Gandhi inside Parliament house and informed him regarding their dissent. 

The Congress has been requesting the annulment of the ranch laws and said it remained with the fighting ranchers and their requests. 

A huge number of ranchers, generally from Punjab, Haryana and parts of UP have been fighting at Delhi's boundaries for more than two months presently, requesting a rollback of the Farmers' Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020, the Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Act, 2020 and the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act, 2020.

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