| Chandigarh |
October 17, 2020 12:06:30 am
The Punjab authorities is planning to maneuver a decision within the Vidhan Sabha condemning the three latest farm legal guidelines. A particular session of the Punjab Meeting can be held on October 19 whereby the state authorities will usher in a laws to counter the farm legal guidelines.
Sources within the authorities mentioned that the state is planning to herald a decision as legal guidelines have been enacted regardless of Chief Minister Amarinder Singh writing a demi-official letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, opposing the Payments earlier than they have been legislated.
“The Prime Minister by no means received again to the state authorities. The union authorities even went forward and legislated (the three ordinances).
The federal government is planning to convey a decision condemning the three legal guidelines,” mentioned a functionary of the federal government.
In the meantime, the state authorities has sought inputs from Congress leaders earlier than taking a last choice by itself laws. The CM has invited state Congress chief Sunil Jakhar, chairman of Punjab State Farmers Fee Ajayvir Jakhar, and the three members of the Cupboard committee — comprising Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa, Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa and Sukhbinder Singh Sarkaria — constituted to speak to farmers fort a gathering.
“The CM can also be planning to fulfill the farmers’ organisations and take their inputs earlier than taking a last choice on the laws. The assembly is prone to be held on Saturday,” mentioned the functionary.
The CM had marathon conferences with Chief Principal Secretary Suresh Kumar, Chief Secretary Vini Mahajan, Monetary Commissioner (growth) Anirudh Tewari at his residence Friday. Advocate Basic Atul Nanda, who has been advising the federal government on the following course, was additionally part of the conferences. The ultimate choice was, nevertheless, not taken because the CM determined to get political leaders on board.
The federal government had earlier determined to name a Cupboard assembly on Saturday, which has now been postponed to four pm on Sunday to present Cupboard’s approval to the laws and determination to be handed within the particular session.
Sources mentioned that after a number of ideas, the federal government had weighed a number of choices together with declaring the state as Principal Market Yard, and passing a laws to bar the non-public merchants from procuring crops below Minimal Assist Value (MSP). There are, nevertheless, some hiccups in declaring the state as principal market yard as there already is a provision for principal mandi yard and sub yards in state’s current legal guidelines. “We have already got these provisions below the prevailing legal guidelines, which have been assented by the President of India. We worry that if we cross this laws now, and ship it for assent, they might put some objections and it might get caught,” mentioned a authorities functionary.
The federal government’s primary fear is MSP and market payment. Whereas declaring the complete state as principal mandi yard might maintain its market payment, its subsequent fear is methods to preserve getting the funds that it will get from the Centre for procuring wheat and paddy below MSP. Punjab will get Rs 60,00zero crore from Centre yearly. For this the federal government has been contemplating an choice to convey a laws in order that the non-public merchants couldn’t procure produce below MSP. However this may increasingly flip the non-public merchants away from the state.
A functionary mentioned that the Centre’s legislation had no ambiguity that may very well be exploited. “However the CM can not go down within the historical past that he didn’t do something for the farmers. Therefore, we’re leaving no stone unturned to assist the farmers. Tomorrow’s assembly would lend extra readability,” he mentioned
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