TRS opposes farm laws, abstain from parliament walk out: KK
Hyderabad, Jan.30 (Maxim News): Farm laws: TRS Parliamentary party leader in upper house K Keshava Rao today said that the party has opposed three farm laws of the centre, even as the farmers protests turned violent as associations split on the same.
We support MSP for farm produce to protect their interests he said.
Talking to media persons in Delhi, Keshava Rao said that they abstained from walking out of presidential address of parliament session to not to support the violence took place at Red fort on Jan 26.
The Opposition parties staged a walk out during Ramnath Kovind joint address of the parliament. The TRS MP accused the centre of failing to follow federal spirit.
He stated that the centre ignored their plea to send a related report to select committee in this regard. The centre cannot farmers demands as the agitation took a serious turn he said.
Bifurcation promises are still kept pending by the centre he alleged. We have no objection to more reservations offered for people Keshava Rao said. The TRS demands for a debate on OBC reservations in the parliament he said.
Another MP Nama Nageshwar Rao said that they will work with the centre to get funds for highways, railways and development. We will talk in the parliament in this regard he said. Nageshwar Rao has urged the centre to head to farmers demands for MSP and others.
Telangana is ideal in the nation by implementing several welfare programs, he added.
Keshava Rao further said that the State government will also take up pending issues pertaining to Telangana State including the provisions made in the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act. (Maxim News)