The Central Government has listed the "Farm Laws Repeal Bill" to be taken up in the winter session of Lok Sabha that begins on 29 November. The legilative business conducted during the winter session of Parliament will hear the Repeal Bill, subsequent to which the controversial Farm Laws will be repealed. This comes after the Union Cabinet today approved the Bill to repeal the three controversial farm laws.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his public telecast on 19 November, had announced the governement's decision to repeal the Farm Laws Bill, the introduction of which had led to a year long protest by farmer bodies across India, in which a few lives were lost. This decision has been taken after the Government failed to convince a section of the farmers on the Farm Laws. Apart from the repeal, Narendra Modi also promised that the government will establish a committee to work on a new framework for Minimum Support Price (MSP).
Which three Farm Laws will be repealed: