Indian President Ram Nath Kovind addressed the budget session of Parliament on Friday, during which he strongly condemned the Republic Day violence in New Delhi and said that removing the national flag above the Red Fort is unfortunate.
The president strongly opposed three controversial agricultural laws, which drew strong opposition from a section of farmers, and described the violence as’ very unfortunate ‘during the farmers’ tractor parade on Republic Day. He also said that 10 crore small farmers have benefited immediately from the new agricultural laws.
If the Constitution gives us the right to freedom of expression, it also reaches out to us to take the law and the rules seriously, he said in his address that boycott by more than 20 opposition parties in support of the demand for farmers’ protest It was said that the three laws should be repealed. .
Congress MP Ravneet Singh Bittu during his address raised slogans like ‘Jai Jawan Jai Kisan’ and demanded the repeal of the three laws. Some opposition MPs were heard shouting slogans in the Central Hall gallery.
Noting that the Supreme Court has stopped the implementation of the three laws, Kovind said that the government would honor the Supreme Court’s decision.
In his address, the President highlighted the approach of the government approved by the Union Cabinet.