New Delhi: Kerala Government is doing nugatory exercise by passing resolution against the Centre’s Farm laws because the law has been passed by the Parliament, said V Muraleedharan, Central Monister of State (MoS) for External Affairs, as the Kerala Government on Thursday unanimously passed a resolution against the Farm Laws. In a statement given to ANI, Muraleedharan told that the resolution is against the general view of the country.
“If Kerala Government is so particular that every farmer should sell his produce as per APMC Act, Kerala should enact such a law. Government of India has brought this law to give better remuneration to farmers”, said V Muraleedharan.
He added that the Kerala Assembly and Government should devote their time on the issues which really concern farmers belonging to Kerala and should not misuse the public money.
“Parliament passes a bill which is approved naturally by the members of the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha. It means it expresses the common opinion of the whole country”, he said.
The Kerala State Assembly, on Thursday passed a resolution against the contentious farm bills of the Central Government.