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Farmer’s Bill: 18 Opposition parties boycott President’s address

In the budget session, the government and the opposition have tightly barricaded each other to surround each other. The opposition has made preparations to surround the government on issues ranging from the peasant movement to military conflict with China and the economic crisis that has arisen from the corona epidemic. On the other hand, the government has decided to bring a resolution condemning the 26 January uproar at the Red Fort to bring the opposition back on foot.

At the same time, 16 opposition parties, including the Congress, will boycott President Ram Nath Kovind’s address to Parliament on Friday at the start of the budget session. Opposition parties have taken this decision to demonstrate solidarity in support of farmers against the three new agricultural laws. Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha and senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad gave this information on Thursday.

As per tradition, the budget session will begin on Friday with the President addressing the joint session of the two houses. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will present the Union Budget on 1 February. Leaders of various opposition parties, including Congress, NCP, Shiv Sena, and Trinamool, issued a statement saying, ‘Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP government remain arrogant, obstinate and undemocratic on the demands of farmers.

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