Cabinet Approves Withdrawal Of Three Farm Laws

New Delhi : The meeting of the Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has ended. After the announcement of the withdrawal of all three agricultural laws, the bill to return the farmers law was approved in the cabinet meeting today. The cabinet has unanimously passed a proposal to withdraw the agriculture bill. Union Minister Anurag Thakur can hold a press conference on this issue at 3 pm.

In his address to the nation on November 19, PM Modi announced the withdrawal of all three controversial agricultural laws. The bill has been approved by the cabinet to withdraw the agricultural laws. After this, it will be passed in both the houses of the Parliament and all the three agricultural laws will be duly abolished. It is believed that the Modi cabinet can soon give its approval on the withdrawal of these laws.

The winter session of Parliament is starting from November 29. According to parliamentary rules, the process of withdrawing any old law is also the same process as for making a new law. Just as a bill has to be passed by both the Houses of Parliament to make a new law, in the same way a bill has to be passed by both the Houses of Parliament to withdraw or abolish the old law.

The old law can be abolished only by making a new law. In the Parliament session, either three separate bills for three laws or one bill for all three will be introduced in Lok Sabha or Rajya Sabha. After being introduced, the bill will be sent to the President for approval after being passed by one house and then by the other house without discussion or discussion. All three agricultural laws will be repealed as soon as the President’s approval is received. How long it will take to pass the bill will depend on the priorities of the government.

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