The Samyukta Kisan Morcha stated that the Union government continued to insult the sacrifice of the farmers by saying that it had no record of the deaths.
Parts of Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal, UP, Delhi, Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh come under the five divisions of Northern Railway, which reported maximum loss of over Rs 22.58 crore.
Kota Neelima, director of the Institute of Perception Studies in New Delhi, felt the sanctity of Parliament lies in debate.
The government also said that the government extends price support for paddy and wheat through the Food Corporation of India (FCI) and state agencies.
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Parliament had on Monday passed The Farm Laws Repeal Bill, to repeal the three contentious agri laws against which farmers have been protesting for over a year.
The Parliament on Monday passed The Farm Laws Repeal Bill, 2021 to annul the three farm laws against which farmers have been protesting for over a year.
The farm bills were passed without a debate when the two sides did not agree and they were repealed without a debate when the two sides agreed, Chidambaram said.
State Sugarcane Growers Association president Kuruburu Shantakumar said such a situation was created as the Centre had failed to consult farmers before bringing in the farm laws.
Congress, TMC, NCP and the Left outfits have decided to make inflation, MSP, compensation to the families of 700 farmers who died during the protests and unemployment the major issues.
Referring to their six demands, leaders of 32 farmer unions from Punjab during a press meet at the Singhu border said on Monday the Centre has time till Tuesday to reply.
Gandhi said the Congress party knew that the "power of three-four crony capitalists cannot withstand the strength of farmers and labourers.
The House was adjourned for the day as Opposition members continued with their protests, raising slogans and holding placards, demanding justice for farmers.
The contentious bill which had caused farmers to take to the streets in protest for almost an year was repealed with passage of the bill first in the Lok Sabha and then in the Rajya Sabha.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the repealing of the three contentious Central farm laws on November 19.